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LIBRETTO 256 COLOR DISPLAY DRIVER
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I want to check that my terminal correctly supports colours. Libretto 256 color display How to get colors with GNU screen and vim If you're anything like me -- and let's hope you're not -- you've wanted to get vim to look pretty.
Colors in GNU screen and vim
What, why? It tells applications running in screen that they're running in xterm, when of course they're libretto 256 color display inside screen. It should be set to screencolor. Also, you can leave out the termcapinfo line if you set TERM to xtermcolor before invoking screen to tell it that colours are available. Long Answer Here's why this breaks: gnome-terminal, screen, tmux, bash, putty and vim have all been written to intelligently handle colors, but you need to set things up correctly at the earliest possible point.
So, in your. In your PuTTy configuration, use puttycolor. Max Cantor Max Cantor 6, 6 6 gold badges 37 37 silver badges 58 58 bronze badges.
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Thanks for such a detailed answer! You're welcome! New issue.
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I thought they supported bit libretto 256 color display I think Windows 10 might have support, but not before that. Same issue here, is a fix underway? When I run tput colors I get when term screencolor is in my. It did fix Vim though.
This was my problem! I wonder if we can update screen to come with this option by default, since xterm already libretto 256 color display it. Tell us more about it? Click here to share your story.
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