return to green text on terminal emulator

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return to green text on terminal emulator

Postby pironman » 2019-01-30 06:21

Hello!
I delete all the hidden folder on /home (my error), and now the text on the terminal is white, before was green (standard).
How can I make it green again?

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Re: return to green text on terminal emulator

Postby Head_on_a_Stick » 2019-01-30 07:07

Restore your backup, perhaps?

If you don't have a backup then you will have to tell us which terminal emulator you are using. Or search the interweb for configuration instructions, which will probably be *much* quicker than waiting for somebody here to take pity on you.
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Re: return to green text on terminal emulator

Postby eor2004 » 2019-01-30 17:40

@ Pironman: Hi, I think you can customize the fonts and their color in the terminal "preferences tab", hope this helps, good luck!
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Re: return to green text on terminal emulator

Postby GarryRicketson » 2019-01-30 18:15

It does depend on what terminal emulator, and there are many, usually the manual for that particular terminal emulator has some info on setting fonts and colours,etc,...or the "help" option/menu as well, here is a example for xfce4-terminal, Xterm is different, and I am not going to post examples for every single terminal emulator that exists, that is what search engines are for, and there are examples on them all , even the most obscure ones. Next time, please at least try finding a answer, or at least be clear, and tell people what terminal emulator, or program name,etc...
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For example, if I wanted green text, I would select the green, instead of the black.
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