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Terminal Command Colors [closed]

I like to have a really beatiful console style. I use zsh and I have changed my theme to "agnoster" See it under: oh-my-zsh My problem is that I do not have OS X and iTerm2 but I want to have these ...
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Redirect colored output to file

I want to store a colored terminal output to a file (maybe a .rtf or whatever). In OSX I am able to manually copy it and paste it in a .rft file using Textedit, however I wanted to store it ...
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How do you change the background color of man pages?

Specifically, on OSX, in zsh. I'd like it when say... man man The background color is a darkish-yellow and the foreground is a charcoal gray/black. In this way I'm sure I'm looking at a man page ...
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Is there anyway to color `git push` output?

I've tried using: stderred, https://github.com/sickill/stderred colors in git, http://scie.nti.st/2007/5/2/colors-in-git global config color.ui=true. Though the output from git push on error is ...
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colorschemes are messed up in vim (mac OSX, iTerm2, zsh, vim 7.2 and 7.3)

For some reason in vim my colors come out looking weird. There are a few colorschemes that look correct like solarize and one called BusyBee but I'm not sure why most of my other color schemes come ...
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ZSH Completion colors and OS X

Consider this minimal .zshrc : export CLICOLOR=1; export LSCOLORS=exfxcxdxbxegedabagacad; # It is the default value on OSX, so this line can be omitted autoload -Uz compinit compinit zstyle ...
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File completion colors for zsh

When I use Tab to complete a filename and more than one file matches, zsh uses an unsuitable color. Consider the following screenshot which exemplifies the problem: I have entered vi .zsh and ...
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Custom colors for shell

How do you customise the default colours in the shell? Say I want to make the standard cyan, magenta and yellow slightly lighter. There is a method shown here for OS X Terminal using drag and drop ...