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Re: Colours with Lynx



On Sun, 21 Dec 1997 11:37:51 EST, Will Lowe wrote:
> Also,  if anyone could tell me where lynx get's it's default startup page,
> I'd be appreciative.  I don't have a ~/.lynxrc,  and $WWW_HOME is unset,
> but lynx still insists on starting with an ancient (and now obselete) page
> I must have specified years ago.

/etc/lynx.cfg is your lynx config file.  

The colors look like the system defaults, which are set in 
/etc/DIRCOLORS, but if you'd like to change them only for lynx, you 
might want to see the /usr/doc/README.debian file.

To see colors, you can run this script, which may have come from a 
linux gazzette article, but I'm not certain.  You can also type showrgb.
--------------------------------------------------------------------
#!/bin/bash
# Display ANSI colours.

esc="\033["
echo -e "\t  40\t   41\t   42\t    43\t      44       45\t46\t 47"
for fore in 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37; do
    line1="$fore  "
    line2="    "
  for back in 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47; do
    line1="${line1}${esc}${back};${fore}m Normal  ${esc}0m"
    line2="${line2}${esc}${back};${fore};1m Bold    ${esc}0m"
  done
echo -e "$line1\n$line2"
done
---------------------------------------------------------------------
-- 
David Stern

kotsya@u.washington.edu
http://weber.u.washington.edu/~kotsya/



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