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I believe that it's the difference between calibration and characterization profiles described here: What's the difference between calibration and characterization? More info here: Missing information for whole-screen color correction? Unfortunately, many vendor-supplied ICC profiles do not include the information required for whole-screen color ...


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You can use escape sequences for echo. For instancce, in the screenshot bellow you can see me set color first to red, then back to white, and source my .mkshrc file, where I've placed $( echo -e "\033[1;31m" ) before my username @ hostname, and $( echo -e "\033[1;37m" ) before the ***** line, and finally $(echo -e "\033[1;34m" ) after $ character. In ...


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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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