I've got an inventory/ordering program that runs on cobol on CentOS.
The program is pretty much all text-based and looks like an old DOS program.
I did a reinstall of the server, updating from CentOS 5.5 to 6.5.
Now, my users are telling me that some of the text is very difficult to read because of the color combinations.
Different fields in the program have different combinations of character color and background color, and also change color depending on whether the field is active.
Now, most of the coloration in the program remains unchanged from before, but certain fields, especially when selected, change to a combination of character and background that is not very pleasing to the eye.
We have consulted with support for the program, and they assure us that all configuration within the program itself is fine (there is a menu specifically for defining colors in the program, but all the settings are set to default, and the fields that are giving us trouble are not configurable within the program).
I am wondering if there is somewhere else in CentOS 6.5 where character and background color is controlled (and that would have changed slightly from 5.5). Perhaps in the .bashprofile? Any ideas would be great.