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#101 2010-05-25 11:13:22

sicpsnake
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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

JesusSuperstar wrote:

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

The colors I posted look damned good with this irssi theme.

tNGVvNQ

I think it is called h3rbz, but I forgot. It's been a while. Here is is:

# default foreground color (%N) - -1 is the "default terminal color"
default_color = "-1";

# print timestamp/servertag at the end of line, not at beginning
info_eol = "false";

# these characters are automatically replaced with specified color
# (dark grey by default)
replaces = { "[]=" = "%W$*%n"; };

abstracts = {
  ##
  ## generic
  ##

  # text to insert at the beginning of each non-message line
  line_start = "%B::%R!!%B::%n ";

  # timestamp styling, nothing by default
  timestamp = "[%B$*%n]";

  # any kind of text that needs hilighting, default is to bold
  hilight = "%M$*%n";

  # any kind of error message, default is bright red
  error = "%R$*%n";

  # channel name is printed
  channel = "%_$*%_";

  # nick is printed
  nick = "%_$0-%_";

  # nick host is printed
  nickhost = "[$*]";

  # server name is printed
  server = "%_$*%_";

  # some kind of comment is printed
  comment = "[$*]";

  # reason for something is printed (part, quit, kick, ..)
  reason = "{comment $*}";

  # mode change is printed ([+o nick])
  mode = "{comment %m$*%n}%y";

  ##
  ## channel specific messages
  ##

  # highlighted nick/host is printed (joins)
  channick_hilight = "%y$*%n";
  chanhost_hilight = "{nickhost %G$*%n}";

  # nick/host is printed (parts, quits, etc.)
  channick = "%y$*%n";
  chanhost = "{nickhost %R$*%n}";

  # highlighted channel name is printed
  channelhilight = "%y$*%n";

  # ban/ban exception/invite list mask is printed
  ban = "%r$*%n";

  ##
  ## messages
  ##

  # the basic styling of how to print message, $0 = nick mode, $1 = nick
  msgnick = "%R$0%n$1:%n %|";
  #msgnick = "$0$1->%n %|";

  # message from you is printed. "msgownnick" specifies the styling of the
  # nick ($0 part in msgnick) and "ownmsgnick" specifies the styling of the
  # whole line.

  # Example1: You want the message text to be green:
  #  ownmsgnick = "{msgnick $0 $1-}%g";
  # Example2.1: You want < and > chars to be yellow:
  #  ownmsgnick = "%Y{msgnick $0 $1-%Y}%n";
  #  (you'll also have to remove <> from replaces list above)
  # Example2.2: But you still want to keep <> grey for other messages:
  #  pubmsgnick = "%K{msgnick $0 $1-%K}%n";
  #  pubmsgmenick = "%K{msgnick $0 $1-%K}%n";
  #  pubmsghinick = "%K{msgnick $1 $0$2-%n%K}%n";
  #  ownprivmsgnick = "%K{msgnick  $*%K}%n";
  #  privmsgnick = "%K{msgnick  %R$*%K}%n";

  # $0 = nick mode, $1 = nick
  ownmsgnick = "{msgnick $0 $1-}%W";
  ownnick = "%G$*%n";

  # public message in channel, $0 = nick mode, $1 = nick
  pubmsgnick = "{msgnick $0 $1-}";
  pubnick = "%N$*%n";

  # public message in channel meant for me, $0 = nick mode, $1 = nick
  pubmsgmenick = "{msgnick $0 $1-}";
  menick = "%Y$*%n";

  # public highlighted message in channel
  # $0 = highlight color, $1 = nick mode, $2 = nick
  pubmsghinick = "{msgnick $1 $0$2-%n}";

  # channel name is printed with message
  msgchannel = "%W:%y$*%n";

  # private message, $0 = nick, $1 = host
  privmsg = "[%R$0%W(%r$1-%W)%n] ";

  # private message from you, $0 = "msg", $1 = target nick
  ownprivmsg = "[%r$0%W(%R$1-%W)%n] ";

  # own private message in query
  ownprivmsgnick = "{msgnick  $*}";
  ownprivnick = "%W$*%n";

  # private message in query
  privmsgnick = "{msgnick  %R$*%n}";

  ##
  ## Actions (/ME stuff)
  ##

  # used internally by this theme
  action_core = " %R*%n %W$*%n";

  # generic one that's used by most actions
  action = "{action_core $*} ";

  # own action, both private/public
  ownaction = "{action $*}";

  # own action with target, both private/public
  ownaction_target = "{action_core $0}%W:%c$1%n ";

  # private action sent by others
  pvtaction = " (%R*%n) $*%n ";
  pvtaction_query = "{action $*}";

  # public action sent by others
  pubaction = "{action $*}";


  ##
  ## other IRC events
  ##

  # whois
  whois = "%# $[8]0 : $1-";

  # notices
  ownnotice = "[%r$0%W(%R$1-%W)]%n ";
  notice = "%W-%M$*%W-%n ";
  pubnotice_channel = "%W:%m$*";
  pvtnotice_host = "%W(%m$*%W)";
  servernotice = "%g!$*%n ";

  # CTCPs
  ownctcp = "%yYou ping%n [%r$1-%n]%y:%n %W";
  ctcp = "%y$*%n";

  # wallops
  wallop = "%W$*%n: ";
  wallop_nick = "%n$*";
  wallop_action = "%W * $*%n ";

  # netsplits
  netsplit = "%R$*%n";
  netjoin = "%Y$*%n";

  # /names list
  names_prefix = "     %y:%n ";
  names_nick = "%r$0%n%y$1%n  ";
  names_nick_op = "{names_nick $*}";
  names_nick_halfop = "{names_nick $*}";
  names_nick_voice = "{names_nick $*}";
  #names_users = "%y$*%n";
  names_users = "%y$0: $1%n";
  names_channel = "$*";

  # DCC
  dcc = "%g$*%n";
  dccfile = "%_$*%_";

  # DCC chat, own msg/action
  dccownmsg = "[%r$0%W($1-%W)%n] ";
  dccownnick = "%R$*%n";
  dccownquerynick = "%W$*%n";
  dccownaction = "{action $*}";
  dccownaction_target = "{action_core $0}%W:%c$1%n ";

  # DCC chat, others
  dccmsg = "[%G$1-%W(%g$0%W)%n] ";
  dccquerynick = "%G$*%n";
  dccaction = "%W (*dcc*) $*%n %|";

  ##
  ## statusbar
  ##

  # default background for all statusbars. You can also give
  # the default foreground color for statusbar items.
  sb_background = "%0%Y";

  # default backround for "default" statusbar group
  #sb_default_bg = "%4";
  # background for prompt / input line
  sb_prompt_bg = "%Y";
  # background for info statusbar
  sb_info_bg = "%8";
  # background for topicbar (same default)
  sb_topic_bg = "%0%Y";

  # text at the beginning of statusbars. sb-item already puts
  # space there,so we don't use anything by default.
  sbstart = "%Y[========]%n";
  # text at the end of statusbars. Use space so that it's never
  # used for anything.
  sbend = " [========]";

  topicsbstart = "[========] TOPIC:{sbstart $*}";
  topicsbend = " ";

  prompt = "[$*] ";

  sb = " %W[%n$*%W]%n";
  sbmode = "(%W+%n$*)";
  sbaway = " (%GzZzZ%n)";
  sbservertag = "%W:%n$0 (change with ^X)";
  sbnickmode = "$0";

  # activity in statusbar

  # ',' separator
  sb_act_sep = "%y$*";
  # normal text
  sb_act_text = "%y$*";
  # public message
  sb_act_msg = "%w$*";
  # hilight
  sb_act_hilight = "%M$*";
  # hilight with specified color, $0 = color, $1 = text
  sb_act_hilight_color = "$0$1-%n";
};
formats = {
  "fe-common/core" = {
    own_msg = "{ownmsgnick $2 {ownnick $[-9]0}}$1";
    own_msg_channel = "{ownmsgnick $3 {ownnick $[-9]0}{msgchannel $1}}$2";
    pubmsg_me = "{pubmsgmenick $2 {menick $[-9]0}}$1";
    pubmsg_hilight_channel = "{pubmsghinick $0 $4 $[-9]1{msgchannel $2}}$3";
    pubmsg = "{pubmsgnick $2 {pubnick $[-9]0}}$1";
    pubmsg_channel = "{pubmsgnick $3 {pubnick $[-9]0}{msgchannel $1}}$2";
    #line_start = "{line_start}";
    #line_start_irssi = "{line_start}{hilight     Irssi} %W|%n ";
  };
};

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#102 2010-05-25 12:56:57

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

201005251451511366x768s.th.png

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standard colors here

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#103 2010-05-27 20:06:01

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

sicpsnake wrote:

Threw together a little something for guys. cool
http://omploader.org/tNGVucA

Respect to the song you are listening to. cool

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#104 2010-06-09 17:53:09

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

JesusSuperstar wrote:

and here's a shot:
http://omploader.org/tNDVrZw


any nice vim colortheme for the console? smile

hi,
how did you get such a colorful ls output?


⚑★⚓ my dotfile repo ⚓★⚑

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#105 2010-06-09 18:02:11

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

null wrote:
JesusSuperstar wrote:

and here's a shot:
http://omploader.org/tNDVrZw


any nice vim colortheme for the console? smile

hi,
how did you get such a colorful ls output?

DMZ told me about it, it's called cope, a perl collection of scripts that add colors to common commands


.:[dotfiles]:.

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#106 2010-06-10 00:57:28

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

@dmz Can I have your colors? I cant find than in your git repo. I want all the 256, looks like you modified than too, I'm trying to choose good substitutes for the 6x6x6 color cube, already modified my urxvt to accept >15 xresources, but I cant get good 216 colors.

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#107 2010-06-10 02:40:46

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

kazuo wrote:

@dmz Can I have your colors? I cant find than in your git repo. I want all the 256, looks like you modified than too, I'm trying to choose good substitutes for the 6x6x6 color cube, already modified my urxvt to accept >15 xresources, but I cant get good 216 colors.

I have not modified the  256 color set - you cant do that officially (it's possible though smile).
I'm  not sure what colors you want, my X resources? http://github.com/trapd00r/configs/blob … Xresources

Last edited by dmz (2010-06-10 02:40:59)

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#108 2010-06-10 03:00:05

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

dmz wrote:
kazuo wrote:

@dmz Can I have your colors? I cant find than in your git repo. I want all the 256, looks like you modified than too, I'm trying to choose good substitutes for the 6x6x6 color cube, already modified my urxvt to accept >15 xresources, but I cant get good 216 colors.

I have not modified the  256 color set - you cant do that officially (it's possible though smile).
I'm  not sure what colors you want, my X resources? http://github.com/trapd00r/configs/blob … Xresources

"Officially" from who? Its not only possible but very easy you can do it on the fly (print '\033]4;201;rgb:ff/00/00\033\\'). And if you use urxvt I send a patch do rxvt-unicode ml, to support it from a X resource.

Ok, I thorugh you modified it, ohh men, I need a method to genereted 216 colors that looks good, I tried linear interpolation on blocks of same hue colors, but the result its not satisfactory because they are not "compatible" with 6x6x6 cube (red is not red..), I'm gonna try interpolation and color approx matching to the 6x6x6 cube...

Or I'm gonna to color love and start choosing good colors (the 6x6x6 cube is ugly)

EDIT.. Or I can put a random walker in the rgb color space with some fixed points and start to generate random colors until I get one good colorscheme...

Last edited by kazuo (2010-06-10 03:06:06)

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#109 2010-06-10 03:15:08

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

Hmm this is getting interesting. I thought you ment that I modified the 256 color resources (like you do with the regular ANSI colors). Didn't you mean that?
Also, I checked my mail and I've actually flagged your patch to the urxvt ml as IMPORTANT, just so you know. smile
I have not tried it though, and I'm not sure if I will. I like the fact that if you code something and use the extended color space (user configurable option for that, ofc) you'll be sure that the colors you are choosing will look just like that on the users display as well.
With the ANSI colors you can never be sure, since everybody changes them.

I have no idea how one would implement something like what you are describing, what I do know, however, is that this: http://www.frexx.de/xterm-256-notes/dat … v2.tar.bz2 might help you.

Last edited by dmz (2010-06-10 03:20:19)

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#110 2010-06-10 03:36:03

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

Hey man, where did you find that \033]4 trick? Is this documented somewhere?

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#111 2010-06-10 03:50:45

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

dmz wrote:

Hey man, where did you find that \033]4 trick? Is this documented somewhere?

Yes its is, its is a Xterm OSC (Operating System Commands) its document (in urxvt) in urxvt(7)

man 7 urxvt wrote:

XTerm Operating System Commands
     "ESC ] Ps;Pt ST

Ps = 4     Pt is a semi-colon separated sequence of one or more semi-colon separated number/name pairs, where number is an index to a colour and name is the name of a colour. Each
pair causes the numbered colour to be changed to name. Numbers 0-7 corresponds to low-intensity (normal) colours and 8-15 corresponds to high-intensity colours. 0=black, 1=red, 2=green, 3=y
ellow, 4=blue, 5=magenta, 6=cyan, 7=white

Thanks for the link, now I dont need to implement it smile

Last edited by kazuo (2010-06-10 03:58:06)

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#112 2010-06-10 04:02:59

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

I thought that I'd read all documentation regarding xterm and urxvt, guess I missed that particular bit! Thank you!

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#113 2010-06-16 12:44:43

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

Still on a light background
terminal20100616.th.png

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#114 2010-06-20 11:29:10

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

@DMZ , kazuo

escapes are great!

TERM_TITLE="canHazAnotherTitle"
echo -ne "\033]0;${TERM_TITLE}\007";

.:[ git me! ] :.

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#115 2010-06-20 20:55:06

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

Wow we've got some really great colors here big_smile Figured I'd throw in what I'm using:

urxvtcolors.png

URxvt*background: #000000
URxvt*foreground: #bfbdc0

URxvt*color0: #000000
URxvt*color1: #8a110e
URxvt*color2: #669f3d
URxvt*color3: #b3751e
URxvt*color4: #493d9f
URxvt*color5: #9216a3
URxvt*color6: #198a9c
URxvt*color7: #bfbdc0

URxvt*color8: #686773
URxvt*color9: #fc5166
URxvt*color10: #63ff54
URxvt*color11: #ffd75c
URxvt*color12: #766eff
URxvt*color13: #e151ff
URxvt*color14: #57ffec
URxvt*color15: #ffffff

It changes a lot.

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#116 2010-07-07 13:18:54

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

@sicpsnake, see what errors I get with the theme you posted before:

Error: Ignored errors in theme herbz:
Error: /home/gtklocker/.irssi/herbz.theme:2: Warning: missing '='
Error: /home/gtklocker/.irssi/herbz.theme:2: Warning: missing ';'
Error: /home/gtklocker/.irssi/herbz.theme:2: error: unexpected character `('
Error: /home/gtklocker/.irssi/herbz.theme:2: error: unexpected character `%', expected string constant
Error: /home/gtklocker/.irssi/herbz.theme:2: Warning: missing '='
Error: /home/gtklocker/.irssi/herbz.theme:2: error: unexpected character `)', expected string constant
Error: /home/gtklocker/.irssi/herbz.theme:2: error: unexpected character `-', expected string constant
Error: /home/gtklocker/.irssi/herbz.theme:2: error: unexpected character `-', expected string constant
Error: /home/gtklocker/.irssi/herbz.theme:2: Warning: missing '='
Error: /home/gtklocker/.irssi/herbz.theme:2: Warning: missing ';'
Error: /home/gtklocker/.irssi/herbz.theme:2: Warning: missing '='
Error: /home/gtklocker/.irssi/herbz.theme:3: Warning: missing ';'
Error: /home/gtklocker/.irssi/herbz.theme:261: Warning: missing '='
Error: /home/gtklocker/.irssi/herbz.theme:262: Warning: missing ';'
Error: /home/gtklocker/.irssi/herbz.theme:263: Warning: missing '='
Error: /home/gtklocker/.irssi/herbz.theme:263: error: unexpected character `}', expected string constant
Error: /home/gtklocker/.irssi/herbz.theme:263: error: unexpected character `;', expected string constant
Error: /home/gtklocker/.irssi/herbz.theme:264: error: unexpected end of file, expected character `}'
Error:

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#117 2010-07-20 11:40:54

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

tNTF0dg

*background: #353333
*foreground: #ffffff

*color0: #464444
*color1: #EF3460
*color2: #BDEF34
*color3: #EFC334
*color4: #34BDEF
*color5: #B300FF
*color6: #3DD8FF
*color7: #FFFFFF

*color8: #8a8888
*color9: #F25A7D
*color10: #DCF692
*color11: #F6DF92
*color12: #92AAF6
*color13: #DF92F6
*color14: #5AF2CE
*color15: #FFFFFF

*font: -*-terminus-medium-*-*-*-12-*-*-*-*-*-*-*

Last edited by jhvid (2010-07-26 12:12:23)


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#118 2010-07-26 19:10:24

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

@gtklocker - Curious. I can't imagine why that would happen.

Anyway....

vNTF4Zw

*background:    #292929
*foreground:    #ffffff

! Black

*color0:    #404040
*color8:    #505050

! Red

*color1:    #CE5666
*color9:    #952743

! Green

*color2:    #80A673
*color10:    #97D599

! Yellow

*color3:    #E0BC93
*color11:    #FFCAA2

! Blue

*color4:    #778BAF
*color12:    #5A667F

! Magenta

*color5:    #94738C
*color13:    #D8ADCE

! Cyan

*color6:    #B5D2DD
*color14:    #82A9CC

! White

*color7:    #d2d2d2
*color15:    #ffffff

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#119 2010-07-27 02:48:49

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

[Screenshot]
tNTIyYQ

*background:            black
*foreground:            white

*color0:                #6f0d00
*color1:                #b95226
*color2:                #932a0b
*color3:                #8e1400
*color4:                #aa1b00
*color5:                #b42804
*color6:                #e93601
*color7:                #ce2d02

*color8:                #ea6524
*color9:                #f44f0f
*color10:               #fe8838
*color11:               #fca256
*color12:               #ffc676
*color13:               #f9bb85
*color14:               #ffdb99
*color15:               #fefae5

Last edited by Wintervenom (2010-07-27 02:51:04)


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#120 2010-07-27 05:27:40

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

Hey, I just wanted to let you guys know that I'll be keeping my terminal colors hosted on github, in case anyone wants them.

http://github.com/miroalgo/colours

Lately I've been making new color schemes like crazy, so you should keep an eye on them. smile

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#121 2010-12-14 07:37:41

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

Lately I've been using these, a little dash of dmz's colors, supplemented with some of my flavor:

2010-12-14_15-27_select-thumb.png

*background:  #151515
*foreground:  #cccccc

! Black
*color0:      #333333
*color8:      #030303

! Red
*color1:      #cb1c13
*color9:      #ff3a00

! Green
*color2:      #afd700
*color10:     #8ce25d

! Yellow
*color3:      #ff8f00
*color11:     #ffb445

! Blue
*color4:      #1165e9
*color12:     #5496ff

! Magenta
*color5:      #ff005f
*color13:     #ff6767

! Cyan
*color6:      #2873a2
*color14:     #41c2bb

! White
*color7:      #fff8a4
*color15:     #f5e67f

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#122 2010-12-15 02:25:58

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

@k3ttc4r - what script are you using to display the colors?

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#123 2010-12-15 03:07:47

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots


Arch + dwm   •   Mercurial repos  •   Github

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#124 2010-12-15 03:20:26

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

Thanks.

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#125 2010-12-16 06:18:57

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

delerious010: Please share your theme. Thanks.

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