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Re: Hi

From: Sami Samhuri
Subject: Re: Hi
Date: Thu, 27 May 2004 09:52:55 -0700
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.6i

* It was Thu, May 27, 2004 at 07:54:27AM -0500 when Quasar Jarosz said:
> On Thu, 27 May 2004, Phil!Gregory wrote:
> > * Phil!Gregory <address@hidden> [2004-05-26 12:00 -0400]:
> > > This is probably more of a problem for your terminal emulator.  (I assume
> > > that the colors look the same whether you're in screen or not.)  Which
> > > terminal emulator do you use (xterm, gnome-terminal, rxvt, etc.)?
> >
> > Honestly, this probably has nothing to do with screen.  But I can't tell
> > without more information.  Could you please describe the problem exactly?
> > I'm still not sure what Chuck means by "high contrast".  Bold?
> >
> > If you just want the blue to be lighter, that's a setting of your terminal
> > emulator.  Which emulator are you using?
> Actually, you're probly right, we do need more info. I have the same dark
> blue (as i said before), however i see it the same when i'm not in screen.
Just in case anyone came across this... When you use screen it sets
TERM to screen.linux. On my Gentoo installation TERM is just "linux" on
the virtual consoles. If I run screen in another screen I get 8 crummy
colours instead of 16, so I do ``TERM=linux screen'' and it's all good

> Is it different for you, Chuck? (is it a different color when not in
> screen?)
> And Sami, what terminal are you using in Xorg?

I use xterm in X, but I don't use screen in X. (I mostly just do web
surfing and file steal^H^H^H^H^Hsharing in X so I just use ratpoison
with the default control sequence set to C-a so it's even more like
using screen :)

Sami Samhuri

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