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#76 2010-03-08 13:19:20

milomouse
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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

Using script above (much better than one I used to use). smile
colorsnew.png

*background: #060606
*foreground: #a9a6af
 !black
*color0:  #050505
*color8:  #555753
 !red
*color1:  #9c8093
*color9:  #ffadcc
 !green
*color2:  #7ac4ad
*color10: #9ed7ca
 !yellow
*color3:  #adaa8d
*color11: #c4c497
 !blue
*color4:  #3f4f60
*color12: #98a7b6
 !magenta
*color5:  #a488d9
*color13: #b7a7bc
 !cyan
*color6:  #8d9fa6
*color14: #b8ddea
 !white
*color7:  #665c64
*color15: #787a76

# vim:enc=utf-8:nu:ai:si:et:ts=4:sw=4:ft=xdefaults:

Figured I'd "snapshot" the ~/.Xdefault colors in case I change them later on github, making the screenshot invalid.

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#77 2010-03-11 06:56:00

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

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#78 2010-03-21 19:53:23

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

Colorscheme created with help of agave to fit arch blue (#1793d1); easier on the eyes I think than bright colors on a very black (#000) background.

.Xdefaults colors:

URxvt.color0: #333333
URxvt*color8: #666666
URxvt.color1: #d15517
URxvt*color9: #d11723
URxvt.color2: #36b217
URxvt*color10: #00d56a
URxvt.color3: #d1b217
URxvt*color11: #ffea55
URxvt*color4: #55aaff
URxvt*color12: #1793d1
URxvt*color5: #b217d1
URxvt*color13: #d11793
URxvt.color6: #93d1b2
URxvt*color14: #17d1b2
URxvt*color7: #eeeeee
URxvt*color15: #ffffff

colorscheme.png

Last edited by VCoolio (2010-03-21 20:54:58)

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#79 2010-03-21 20:44:51

antee
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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

VCoolio wrote:

Colorscheme created with help of agave to fit arch blue (#1793d1); easier on the eyes I think than bright colors on a very black (#000) background.

.Xdefaults colors:

URxvt.color0: #333333
URxvt*color8: #666666
URxvt.color1: #d15517
URxvt*color9: #d11723
URxvt.color2: #36b217
URxvt*color10: #00d56a
URxvt.color3: #d1b217
URxvt*color11: #ffea55
URxvt*color4: #55aaff
URxvt*color12: #1793d1
URxvt*color5: #b217d1
URxvt*color13: #d11793
URxvt.color6: #93d1b2
URxvt*color14: #17d1b2
URxvt*color7: #eeeeee
URxvt*color15: #ffffff

http://img144.imageshack.us/img144/1334/colorscheme.png

Could you please post your whole .Xdefaults?

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#80 2010-03-21 21:04:11

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

Uhm, sure. Only reason I can think of why you ask is because of the prompt. That is with a zsh shell though. Bash can do something similar, only not the part on the right.

.Xdefaults
.zshrc

Difficult prompt in bash:

PROMPT_COMMAND='RET=$?;'
RET_VALUE='$(echo $RET)' #Ret value not colorized - you can modify it.
RET_SMILEY='$(if [[ $RET = 0 ]]; then echo -ne "\[\033[01;32m\]:)"; else echo -ne "\[\033[01;31m\]:("; fi;)'

if [ "$TERM" != 'dumb' ] && [ -n "$BASH" ] && [ -n "$PS1" ]
then   
        if [ `/usr/bin/whoami` = 'root' ]
        then   
                export PS1="$RET_SMILEY \[\033[01;31m\]\u\[\033[01;32m\][\W]\[\033[01;31m\]>> \[\033[0m\]"
        else
                export PS1="\[\033[01;34m\][\w]\n$RET_SMILEY \[\033[01;33m\]\u \[\033[01;32m\]>> \[\033[0m\]"
        fi
fi

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#81 2010-03-21 21:21:33

antee
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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

Thanks, love it smile

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#82 2010-03-29 08:50:44

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

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#83 2010-03-29 12:41:03

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

What's 'd' ? big_smile


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#84 2010-03-29 12:51:32

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

JesusSuperstar wrote:

What's 'd' ? big_smile

alias a='cd $HOME/devel/trunk'
alias b='cd $HOME/bin'
alias c='cd $HOME/configs'
alias d='cd $HOME/devel'
alias g='cd $HOME/devel/golf'
alias p='cd $HOME/devel/pimpd'
alias t='cd $HOME/temp'
alias q='cd $HOME/devel/begperl'
alias x='cd $XDG_CONFIG_HOME'
alias z='cd $HOME/.zsh'

Not for porn... if that was what you thought! yikes
((define-key *top-map* (kbd "KP_Up") "exec mplayer -slave -input file=$HOME/.mplayer/fifo /mnt/Porn/*/* /mnt/Porn/* -shuffle"))

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#85 2010-03-29 13:38:08

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

I still don't get it tongue
If 'd' is just a 'cd /some/dir/' where does that colorfull 'ls -l' like list comes from ?

yikes pimpd' ? tongue


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#86 2010-03-29 13:53:29

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

JesusSuperstar wrote:

I still don't get it tongue
If 'd' is just a 'cd /some/dir/' where does that colorfull 'ls -l' like list comes from ?

I have this function for auto-ls on cd:

cd() {
  builtin cd $@; ls
}
JesusSuperstar wrote:

yikes pimpd' ? tongue

http://github.com/trapd00r/pimpd

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#87 2010-03-29 14:13:35

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

ok, that makes more sense, but it won't give you a list with perms and such
except if that's zsh's behavior.


yeah, I know about pimpd, seen it on your sig wink


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#88 2010-03-29 14:20:47

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

JesusSuperstar wrote:

ok, that makes more sense, but it won't give you a list with perms and such
except if that's zsh's behavior.

I only use the builtin cd, not the builtin ls... cause there aint none. tongue

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#89 2010-04-11 09:12:40

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

Where do I find all these scripts to display terminal colors?
Thanks!


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#90 2010-04-11 09:30:30

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

They are scattered throughout this thread, or on the Xdefaults page of the wiki: http://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Xde … me_scripts


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#91 2010-04-11 12:06:53

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

Thanks, don't know how I missed them!


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#92 2010-04-12 03:42:57

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

I just want to expand on my post here about changing the linux console colors outside of X. A more compact and readable way of doing it is like this:

if [ "$TERM" = "linux" ]; then
    colors=(0f0f0f 803232 5b762f cdc673 324c80 706c9a 92b19e cccccc
            333333 982b2b 89b83f efe58b 2b4f98 826ab1 a1cdcd dedede)
    for n in $(seq 0 15); do
        printf '\e]P%x%s' $n ${colors[$n]}
    done
    clear; unset colors
fi

This lets you put all the colors in a table-like format, with the corresponding normal and bright colors lined up in columns. And because it's an array, you could define several "themes" without cluttering your bashrc too much. Then you'd just change the variable name in the for loop to change themes or something.

Also, the scripts people are using to show off their themes are overkill! All they do is print the same output every single time they're run, even when you change your colors. Instead, I found one I liked, ran it once and then deleted it like so:

$ colortheme.sh > color_table
$ rm colortheme.sh
$ cat color_table

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#93 2010-04-12 12:21:09

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

I don't really get it. If I login to the Linux console I still have colors even without that ^
I think that's because of .Xdefaults ... oh, that's 'X'defaults, hmmm ?!


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#94 2010-04-12 12:52:55

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

it's too bad it affects vim colors... means I need to find a new theme.

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#95 2010-04-12 21:59:12

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

fflarex wrote:

I just want to expand on my post here about changing the linux console colors outside of X. A more compact and readable way of doing it is like this:
...[SNIP]

Thank you for this! I googled this some time ago but found nothing. If someone experiences trouble (like me) getting the right colors, try messing with the vga= line in grub's menu.lst file. I had vga=773, but got a white bg with strange colors; on vga=791 it did what I expected.

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#96 2010-04-13 12:18:24

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

I stole my greens and reds (which are closer to a pinks) from this thread and the others from previous desktop threads.

RBn2I.png

http://github.com/mason-larobina/dotfil … Xresources

Last edited by mason.larobina (2010-04-13 12:44:19)

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#97 2010-04-14 21:24:32

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

fflarex wrote:

I just want to expand on my post here about changing the linux console colors outside of X. A more compact and readable way of doing it is like this:

if [ "$TERM" = "linux" ]; then
    colors=(0f0f0f 803232 5b762f cdc673 324c80 706c9a 92b19e cccccc
            333333 982b2b 89b83f efe58b 2b4f98 826ab1 a1cdcd dedede)
    for n in $(seq 0 15); do
        printf '\e]P%x%s' $n ${colors[$n]}
    done
    clear; unset colors
fi

This lets you put all the colors in a table-like format, with the corresponding normal and bright colors lined up in columns. And because it's an array, you could define several "themes" without cluttering your bashrc too much. Then you'd just change the variable name in the for loop to change themes or something.

Also, the scripts people are using to show off their themes are overkill! All they do is print the same output every single time they're run, even when you change your colors. Instead, I found one I liked, ran it once and then deleted it like so:

$ colortheme.sh > color_table
$ rm colortheme.sh
$ cat color_table

what I did is this:

if [ "$TERM" = "linux" ]; then
    ## set the theme name
    local THEME=console_c00kiez
    ## read the theme, remove comments
    local colors=($(cat $HOME/.color_schemes/$THEME | sed 's/#.*//'))
    ## apply the colors
    for index in ${!colors[@]}
    do
        printf '\e]P%x%s' $index ${colors[$index]} 
    done
    clear #for background artifacting
fi

the "console_c00kiez" file contents are

222222 #black
F60606 #darkred
72F91D #darkgreen
FF971F #brown
0071FF #darkblue
9E6FFE #darkmagenta
5E7175 #darkcyan
FFFFFF #lightgrey
454545 #darkgrey
F60606 #red
93FF00 #green
FFBF00 #yellow
44A7EE #blue
B18CFE #magenta
A3BABF #cyan
FFFFFF #white

So I also have console_fflarex and console_phraktured
and I can switch just by that.

Last edited by JesusSuperstar (2010-04-14 21:25:58)


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#98 2010-04-14 21:35:54

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

and here's a shot:
tNDVrZw


any nice vim colortheme for the console? smile

Last edited by JesusSuperstar (2010-04-14 21:50:48)


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#99 2010-05-25 09:57:01

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

Threw together a little something for guys. cool

tNGVucA

!---------------------------------------------------
! file:            .colours/sicp
! author:        marcus lauver <sicpsnake@gmail.com>
!---------------------------------------------------

*background:                                #171717
*foreground:                                #ffffff

! Black --------------------------------------------
        *color0:                            #292929
        *color8:                            #3d3d3d
! Red ----------------------------------------------
        *color1:                            #DE6951
        *color9:                            #c56a47
! Green --------------------------------------------
        *color2:                            #bcda55
        *color10:                            #9dbf60
! Yellow -------------------------------------------
        *color3:                            #E2A564
        *color11:                            #EC8A25
! Blue ---------------------------------------------
        *color4:                            #2187F6
        *color12:                            #5495DC
! Magenta ------------------------------------------
        *color5:                            #875C8D
        *color13:                            #E41F66
! Cyan ---------------------------------------------
        *color6:                            #4390B1
        *color14:                            #276CC2
! White --------------------------------------------
        *color7:                            #D2D2D2
        *color15:                            #ffffff
! EOD ----------------------------------------------

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#100 2010-05-25 11:06:16

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

RaWR ! toilet is fun
I've seen a nice irssi theme you have, with some ::!:: marks.
Could you share that too ?


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