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ls not using the LS_COLORS environment variable

I am using the configuration below for ls. I have changed the $LS_COLORS variable to display directories as cyan colored using di=01;36. However, when I run ls, directories show in purple. If I run ...
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Colorize ls-output by filetype [duplicate]

Every once in a while I have to list some files (~20-50) in Bash on Linux || Mac. These files are from four different filetypes. ls nand2tetris/myChips/ And16.hdl And16.cmp And16.tst ...
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Mac OS X: Is there a straightforward way to color ls output according to Finder label colors?

I have a client with a directory tree that has a number of high-level directories that I need to have on my local development machine. I rarely look at them unless something goes awry. I've marked ...
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How do I change the color of binaries listed by 'ls'?

In Mac OS X, when I do ls the binary files have red color, how change this color to green? Similar to other Unix.