Hi Brian,

On  So 08 Mär 2015 01:00:36 CET, brian m. carlson wrote:

Package: mate-terminal
Version: 1.8.1+dfsg1-4
Severity: normal

If the terminal color mapping has been changed by a terminal sequence, neither Terminal → Reset nor Terminal → Reset and Clear restores the colors to the defaults.

To demonstrate this, run the attached script as "color-bug-test --no-change". Notice that color 1 is a dark red (at least by default). Now run the script as "color-bug-test". Color 1 is now a light blue. No matter what you do, color 1 will remain a light blue unless you change it again with an escape sequence. You'll have to open a new terminal tab to get the original colors again.

I discovered this when I logged into someone else's VM at work and their shell setup changed the red in my terminal to magenta. I then had to close the terminal tab and open a new one to get my colors back.

there has been some work done regarding color palette initialization.

Please check the above with upcoming mate-terminal 1.20.0-1 and report back if the issue persists for you.


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