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[Bug]Xshell color scheme fallback to default color

Last post: Monday, September 10, 2018 8:44 PM by Support, 1 reply

 
Monday, September 3, 2018 2:31 AM - yusiwen

[Bug]Xshell color scheme fallback to default color

 
I've found a color scheme of Xshell 6:

Select any color scheme other than the default in Xshell. In the example below, I chose the Black & White color scheme, which shall not show any color other than black and white.

1. Run the command below:

echo '\033[0;31mRRRR\033[0m;'

this will show the text 'RRRR' in ANSI color #1(whose name is RED). The result is correct since the RED color in this color scheme is defined as black. see attachment right.png

2. Then, run the command below:

echo '\033[38;5;1mRRRR\033[0m;'

this will show the text 'RRRR' in ANSI color #1(in 256-colors palette). This color is the same color as '\033[0;31m' it should be black. But actually it rendered as in the default color scheme, it shows red. See attachment 2: wrong.png

Program Ver. : Xshell 6
Monday, September 10, 2018 8:44 PM - Support

Re: [Bug]Xshell color scheme fallback to default color

 
Currently, Xshell's color scheme is not applied to a 256 color terminal.

This has been reported to the dev team. Thanks!

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