Re: is there a way to change the default background colour?

I have noticed that the 'mc' that ships with the distribution "Damn Small Linux" has two settings, the 
default for the regular users and a red background when it's started by root.

On Tue, 3 Jan 2006 00:34:22 -0800
me <mutschae gmail com> wrote:


i also got bored about the look that reminds so much about the old nc in dos.

i created a script /bin/m that does

mc --colors 

of course to be consistent you also need a mcedit wrapper:
mcedit --colors

i found no other way to archieve that - and warn you: some things are
not readable with this settings.

the background color ist the 2nd parameter (often default) so i got
black/transparent looks.



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