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I like dark background, light text layouts. However, it is still making hyperlinks dark blue, which makes them very hard to read.

Here's a screenshot. The program is Zim, but the color scheme is the same by most programs.


Is there a way to change that? Is this something that I can set in the theme? I'm using a theme called Giungla.

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In your ~/.config/zim/style.conf(copy if from /usr/share/zim/style.conf) change it from blue to whatever suits you. Reference here.

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foreground = blue
#underline  = single
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