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ANSI colors and Solarized

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The Solarized color scheme redefines some of the standard basic ANSI colors, making some color combinations unsuitable for display. In particular, bright green, bright yellow, bright blue and bright cyan are tones of grey instead of the expected colors.

Also, some terminals interpret bold text as bright colors, turning e.g, bold green into a shade of grey instead of the expected green. At least in URxvt, setting intensityStyles: False will prevent bold text from being displayed in bright colors (but will still be displayed in a bold font).

When redefining color schemes for terminal applications using ANSI colors, these are possible combinations, using the usual ANSI color names. Note that bright colors are usually not available as background colors.

Solarized Light default background (ANSI white)

Normal: black red green yellow blue magenta cyan (light)grey

Bright: black/grey red green yellow blue magenta cyan white

ANSI (Light)Grey background

Normal: black red green yellow blue magenta cyan (light)grey

Bright: black/grey red green yellow blue magenta cyan white

Solarized Dark default background (ANSI bright black/grey)

Normal: black red green yellow blue magenta cyan (light)grey

Bright: black/grey red green yellow blue magenta cyan white

ANSI Black background

Normal: black red green yellow blue magenta cyan (light)grey

Bright: black/grey red green yellow blue magenta cyan white

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