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 want to use st with solarized colors like I can with urxvt (of course this is done via .Xresources, in st the colors are defined in a header file). I've tried to put the colors in st's config file (config.h), but the colors are "used for the wrong things" in st (eg.
As I strongly disliked the original icons in Gnome-Commander I have created a mime-icon set that features the (to me) most important icons in Ubuntu's Humanity theme style.
When you use this your GC will look more like, e. g. Nautilus.
Just unzip and replace the icons in usr/share/pixmaps/gnome-commander/mime-icons with the ones you find in the unzipped folder.
Just extract the file and copy the folders to ~/.icons. Subdirectories are not detected so you need to make sure that the icon folders are the first subdirectory in ~/.icons:~/.icons/gnome-braveand not:~/.icons/gnome-colors/gnome-braveThe new icons will show up in the settings where you can select them, no need to install.
After much fiddling and searching, I've failed to find a plain, one colour icon theme (like AnyColorYouLike) that matches both my white GTK theme (Dyne-Dark) and my black tint2 panel.Following some deliberation, I found that my main aim in changing themes was to rid myself of the gnome-colors-statler icons in the system tray, and that I actually had few problems with them elsewhere.So, is the
I can't seem to see colors in links2 (text mode), even after playing with my TERM settings. The links2 manpage and README.Debian don't specifically address this issue. Also, command-line options like -html-t-text-color are not recognized in my links2. But I can start and see colors in graphics mode (-g).
My eventual goal is to convert HTML syntax-highlighted document (e.g.