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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Terminal.app doesn't let me redefine the RGB values of the colors, so I'm stuck with their horribly dark blue.
    Well, sure, if you use their preset. But you can dial in any color you want for a custom screen.
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    • Randal L. Schwartz
    • Stonehenge
    • "You can do this" is not helpful without "and here's how." Do you just mean the useless-to-me "foreground color" settings? I want to change the meaning of /each/ color. In iTerm, I map my colors to a set that I like [manxome.org].
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      rjbs
      • Not sure why you're not seeing it. I have Terminal.app window open. I go to the "Terminal/Window Settings..." menubar item (right next to preferences). This gives me a preferences box that has a popup list (Shell/Processes/Emulation/...). One of the options is "Color". There, I see a popup with "Black on White", "White on Black" and a few others. Below that is four color samples of "Cursor", "Selected", "Normal Text", "Bold Text" and a bit further down, "background color". Any one of those can be cli
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        • Randal L. Schwartz
        • Stonehenge