My terminal has a white background. When commands print yellow text to the terminal, I can't see the text clearly (due to low contrast). I thought: wouldn't it be great if all the yellow text that will ever be printed were transformed to brown text? That way, I can enjoy colored output without struggling to see the printed text.
Suppose a command wants to print yellow text. Is there a way to 'hijack' the escape sequence so that brown text is printed instead? Or is there another way to achieve color transformations?
Note: I'm using
gnome-terminal on Ubuntu 18.04.