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What's the deal with terminal colors?

There are 256 terminal color escapes available: 8 "system" colors (0 - 7) 8 "bright" system colors (8 - 15) 216, or 6*6*6 "RGB" colors (16 - 231) 24 "grayscale" colors (232 - 255) The "RGB" colors ...
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Handling black text in a dark terminal colour scheme

I tweaked my colours in iTerm (though the specific terminal application I use is not relevant). I chose a dark background colour, and defined red, green, yellow, etc. All was well until I ran npm ...
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Xterm control sequence to get RGB value for ANSI color

The meat In (some) terminals you can use a sequence like this; printf "\e]4;3;rgb:cc/78/33\e\\" to set the third color in the ANSI color palette to the RGB values represented by #CC7833. Can you ...
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How do I change the color scheme of Windows command prompt? [duplicate]

First, I don't want this: How to change the default color of the Command Prompt? When I say color scheme, I mean the real scheme/palette, not just foreground+background. I want to change the ...
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windows console with ANSI colors handling

Is there any console emulator for Windows that interprets ANSI coloring? We use rspec and a part of our team use Windows and the special string for coloring are not very useful for them ;).
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ANSI Colors & Syntax

Is there a mapping of ANSI colors to their syntax in a given shell? For example, in BASH, Blue seems to be Folders and Green seems to be executable files. Does a list exist for what ANSI colors mean ...
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How can I change the colors of my xterm using Ansi escape sequences?

I would like to change the colors (background, font, foreground) of my xterm from the commandline. I've heard that this can be done using ANSI escape sequences. If this is possible: How is it ...