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#1 2015-12-04 17:20:30

eltoroterco
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Registered: 2015-11-22
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[SOLVED] Formatting the color output nmtui?

Hi,  I have been using #! for a few years and I love how nice it is.  I switched to bunsen this week and started playing with my desktop.  My network information is displayed in my conky so I don't want to use the nm-applet.  I've been using nmtui, but the BSOD look is killing me.  I've searched for how to change the default ncurses colors, but all I can find is how to do it if I'm writing a new script.  Is there any way to change the default colors that a ncurses dialog uses?

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#2 2015-12-05 10:04:47

ohnonot
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Re: [SOLVED] Formatting the color output nmtui?

if you mean dialog:

$HOME/.dialogrc

$ cd
$ dialog --create-rc .dialogrc

and start tweaking!


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#3 2015-12-06 06:26:04

eltoroterco
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Re: [SOLVED] Formatting the color output nmtui?

Thanks for the suggestion!  It wasn't dialog, but it got me thinking about other methods. I was able to change the colors by changing the color palette for the terminal in terminalrc

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