On Sun, Jan 26, 2003 at 06:04:27PM +0000, Daniel Bye wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 26, 2003 at 02:00:23PM +0100, Thomas Spreng wrote:
> > Hi,
> > im using 'xterm-color' as TERM. I have a mutt color config that displays
> > the headers in the message index with different colors (depending on sender).
> > New and unread messages are colored with the same color but they are bright,
> > or better should be.
> > Heres the appropriate section:
> > color index brightwhite default ~N # new messages
> > color index green default "~f dom.ch" # from dom.ch
> > color index brightgreen default "~N ~f dom.ch" # new from dom.ch
> > color index cyan default "~l" # my mailinglists
> > color index brightcyan default "~N ~l" # new mailinglists
> > color index yellow default "~P" # my mails
> > color index brightyellow default "~N ~P" # new mails from myself
> > The probles is that 'xterm-color' seems to have problems with displaying the
> > bright colors, some subjects are displayed bright, some not, some only partial.
> > 'rxvt' doesn't have that problem btw.
> > Does anyone know how to fix that?
> What versions of FreeBSD and Mutt are you running? I used to have very
> similar problems, but since upgrading to 4.7-STABLE and Mutt 1.4i, the
> problem has gone away.
strange...im running Mutt 1.4i as well and a 4.7 build from Dec 7 2002,
i also have rebuild my termcap db but that didnt work either.
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