I've noticed that certain bash applications are customized in a way that let's certain things, like the 'username@hostname' part be in a different color.
How is this done?
P.S. I hope this makes sense
on 10/24/2009 – Made popular on 10/24/2009
I have used telnet clients that use different color patterns for the colors linux uses and I was wondering if
there is a way to change the color of the default linux colors. example like ttyc YEL fcff00 or ttyc YEL 252 255
I love colors in my console, and I wonder if there is any way to get a terminal (I guess only a software is able to do that) printing almost everything in colors.
Of course there is the --color=auto things, but it works for a few commands (ls, grep...?).
I looked in the zsh wiki page, and was only able to find this one piece of code that is suppose to load a default color prompt.autoload -U promptinit
promptinitWhen I added this to my .zshrc, I still didn't have any colors in my terminal. All black and white.
Hey, this is my first post so hi everyoneI usually lurk around on forums and find answers for almost anything but this time i'm kind of lostI have a disturbing grapheme-color synesthesia, in my head I see some letters and numbers as colors, and when i'm faced with large chunks of text (like in the terminal, or on wikipedia) i usually start mixing up everything because of all the colors t