How to change the colour of gedit embedded terminal?

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CalumJEadie
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How to change the colour of gedit embedded terminal?

Postby CalumJEadie » Fri Jan 06, 2012 10:58 am

I'm using Linux Mint 12 and am having problems with the embedded terminal in gedit.

Using the default themes I'm unable to use 'ls' and 'byobu' as in part of their output foreground and background colours are the same.

Problems shown in this screenshot. Byobu is running (bottom two lines of terminal) and ls has just been used.

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I've followed the instructions in http://askubuntu.com/questions/67593/ma ... t-terminal but have had no luck with that.

Any ideas would be very appreciated!

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Re: How to change the colour of gedit embedded terminal?

Postby tenfoot » Fri Jan 06, 2012 11:28 pm

Launch Terminal
Click on Edit and choose Profiles - Edit - Colors and modify as you wish. If you click on Built in Schemes, you will see a choice of five options plus Custom. which allows you to choose a multitude of colours.


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