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've been working on Solarized theme in Terminator (http://gnometerminator.blogspot.fr/p/introduction.html) for about a year on Gnome and have been very satisfied. Yesterday I switched to KDE and the results aren't as pleasing. It seems Terminator uses some of the colors from default KDE settings, instead of it's own preferences (Preferences --> Profiles --> Colors).
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.