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Re: blue on black is unreadable

On Sun, Mar 26, 2000 at 12:54:39AM +0100, Wouter Hanegraaff wrote:
> Why does debian have to be different than the rest of the world in
> everything? Why do I get colors when I set TERM=xterm? there was already
> xterm-color and xterm-debian which could do colors.

Other Linux distributions tend to default to a colour xterm, I thought.

> Right now, I have to set my TERM to xterm-mono on potato to avoid
> fruitsalads in a handful of programs I use very often (Mutt, dselect,
> vim). 

So why don't you just change your local settings to make xterm be mono?
Ummm. `XTerm*ColorMode: no' seems like it'd do what you want.

> Please leave *personal* configuration to the *user*



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