I am using Mavericks+iTerm+zsh+oh-my-zsh. I have no problem to use solarized in iTerm and vim. But I am having a hard time to use solarized in Mutt.
According to the official site, it supposed to be like this.
I have xterm-256color in iTerm>Profiles > Terminal Emulation > Report Terminal Type.
And the following is my .muttrc.
# A basic .muttrc for use with Gmail # Change the following six lines to match your Gmail account details set imap_user = "my email" set imap_pass = "my pw" set smtp_url = "smtp://email@example.com:587/" set smtp_pass = "mypw" set from = "myemail here" set realname = "My name" # Change the following line to a different editor you prefer. set editor = "nano" # Basic config, you can leave this as is set folder = "imaps://imap.gmail.com:993" set spoolfile = "+INBOX" set imap_check_subscribed set hostname = gmail.com set mail_check = 120 set timeout = 300 set imap_keepalive = 300 set postponed = "+[GMail]/Drafts" set record = "+[GMail]/Sent Mail" set header_cache=~/.mutt/cache/headers set message_cachedir=~/.mutt/cache/bodies set certificate_file=~/.mutt/certificates set move = no set include set sort = 'threads' set sort_aux = 'reverse-last-date-received' set auto_tag = yes ignore "Authentication-Results:" ignore "DomainKey-Signature:" ignore "DKIM-Signature:" hdr_order Date From To Cc alternative_order text/plain text/html * auto_view text/html bind editor <Tab> complete-query bind editor ^T complete bind editor <space> noop # Gmail-style keyboard shortcuts macro index,pager y "<enter-command>unset trash\n <delete-message>" "Gmail archive message" macro index,pager d "<enter-command>set trash=\"imaps://imap.googlemail.com/[GMail]/Bin\"\n <delete-message>" "Gmail delete message" macro index,pager gi "<change-folder>=INBOX<enter>" "Go to inbox" macro index,pager ga "<change-folder>=[Gmail]/All Mail<enter>" "Go to all mail" macro index,pager gs "<change-folder>=[Gmail]/Starred<enter>" "Go to starred messages" macro index,pager gd "<change-folder>=[Gmail]/Drafts<enter>" "Go to drafts" # personal set send_charset="utf-8" # URL view # macro pager \cb <pipe-entry>'w3m'<enter> 'Follow links in w3m' macro index,pager \cB ": unset wait_key; set pipe_decode\n|w3m\n: set wait_key; unset pipe_decode\n" "call w3m to extract URLs out of a message" # goobook for gmail contact # mail address completion set query_command="goobook query "'%s'" bind editor <Tab> complete-query macro index,pager a "<pipe-message>goobook add<return>" "add the sender address to Google contacts" # color scheme source ~/.mutt/mutt-colors-solarized/mutt-colors-solarized-dark-256.muttrc # vim-ish keybindings for going to the bottom of things bind pager "G" bottom ## split window set pager_index_lines=10
And this what I see in my Mutt.
I'd like to know what else I need to do.
Thanks in advance.
I was reading this and found this lines.
# make sure that you are using mutt linked against slang, not ncurses, or # suffer the consequences of weird color issues. use "mutt -v" to check this.
When I do
mutt -v. I get the followings.
ncurses: ncurses 5.7.20081102 (compiled with 5.7)
So I guess my question is how I can change
I installed Mutt with
brew install mutt.