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There is another possibility. Install zathura. It is a lightweight PDF, DJVU and PS reader. It is highly configurable and of course it allows changing the color of the background and the text. Just add these lines to ~/.config/zathura/zathurarc: set recolor true set recolor-darkcolor "#dcdccc" set recolor-lightcolor "#1f1f1f" I also recommend you to set ...


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First of all I'd like to confirm what you've already figured out, namely that directly under gnome-terminal (that is, outside of tmux or screen) you should set TERM=xterm-256color, whereas inside tmux or screen it should be set to TERM=screen-256color. Apparently your .zshrc segment properly sets it for the shell that's run directly by gnome-terminal. I'm ...


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gnome-terminal allows you to create multiple profiles. In Edit->Preferences create as many as you wish, possibly each with different color scheme, different font etc. Right clicking allows you to switch profile at any time.


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The steps I have used: $ cd gnome-terminal-colors-solarized $ ./install.sh This script will ask you which color scheme you want, and which Gnome Terminal profile to overwrite. Please note that there is no uninstall option yet. If you do not wish to overwrite any of your profiles, you should create a new profile before you run this script. However, you can ...


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visit https://wiki.gnome.org/Projects/GtkSourceView/StyleSchemes Find your desired theme, click download Open your gedit text editor Go to Edit ---> Preference ---> Font & Colors Click the + Arrow to install scheme, find scheme download location, add scheme and there you go.


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Recently wanted to find that script that many people are refering myself. It's from the tldp.org Bash Prompt HOWTO - http://tldp.org/HOWTO/Bash-Prompt-HOWTO/x329.html. The script is authored by Daniel Crisman. It outputs exactly the same as on the pic from the question. The script itself: #!/bin/bash # # This file echoes a bunch of color codes to the # ...


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I have LibreOffice version 4.4.2.2 in Xubuntu 14.04. I noticed that I can change the background color of the comments to my liking if I go to Tools > Options > LibreOffice > User Data. There I would add myself as an owner with a certain name (for example, my first and last name, only my first name, etc.). Then I would close and add a comment. Each time there ...


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I tested but realized I would need to track down all the possible sources of color like commands, the command prompt itself, etc. This is a sed filter from commandlinefu.com that works great if you pipe anything through it. Of course you can save the output once piped like this: cat test.txt | sed -r "s/\x1B\[([0-9]{1,2}(;[0-9]{1,2})?)?[m|K]//g" > ...


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You need vte >= 0.36 for true colors to work in gnome-terminal. Make sure your vte is recent enough, and in that case your code should work. (Note: when you output hard-coded strings, as you do in your example application, the value of $TERM is necessarily absolutely irrelevant. It only matters if you're using libraries whose behavior depends on this, such ...


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Personal background I spend a lot of time in GVim which I’ve configured to use the Solarized colour and I love it; I really like being able to switch back and forth between the light and dark versions (depending on the ambient light conditions). Once I tried it configuring my terminal emulator and it worked fine on my local computer because I had other ...


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I'm experiencing the same thing on my own Inspiron 17R: Color Problems on New Install of 14.04 A band-aid is to boot with kernel-mode-setting disabled. Add nomodeset after GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT= "nomodeset" in /etc/default/grub). I'm pretty sure this disables hardware accelerated graphics, but if you're not doing graphics intensive work it at least ...



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