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How to add color support to darwin?


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I'm wondering if there is anyway to add some colors to the Darwin. as I'm using Darwin as web server, got bored of the white color of the prompt. is there anyway to change it to the color i want, and also if there is any support for the colors in the listing of files, also in the applications like vi.

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Sure, you can configure your terminal via "view options" (I think that's what it's called). I'm at work right now so I can't check (they use stupid windows here), but the option is in the preferences.
I use the green text on black background myself and a slightly lower alpha value for fun :) It looks really cool.

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sorry! i've just asked how to do that in darwin! not mac os x!

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as darwin is based off OS X, a program like Nocturne might help you. available on softpedia.com





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