How do I change the default bash colors when logging in (as root) to a remote box via putty?Currently, I see a black background with dark-blue colors for directories that are very hard ... [by BubbaG1]
I have defined .bashrc custom colors. Escape secuences for bold colors is "\e[1;" and the same for dark colors.
So, on a real console (tty) I'll see darker colors, but on xterm/rxvt on X I'll see bold colors.
Then, how can I set it to see 16 colors (8 normal/8 darker or lighter) on a X server terminal app?
I was trying to change the button background colors (default, pressed and focus), but I couldn't find a good way. I have read many posts about styling a buuton, but unfortunately these were post to create a compete new style. I want to keep everything the same except for the background colors.
I prefer using xml because I'm using a single layout for multiple activities.
on a new F17 install, vim is using different syntax highlighting colors for root and for normal users. The root is dark (comments are such a dark blue that they almost can't be read against a black background), while regular uses have a colorscheme where (for example) comments are nice and bright.
This simple and brief tutorial is going to show you how to easily change the tooltip background and foreground colors in Ubuntu 12.04 Unity. For a lot of apps, white text on black background looks ugly.