4bit Terminal Color Scheme Designer
- Go to http://ciembor.github.com/4bit.
- Design your terminal look.
Get Schemebutton and select the format of configuration file.
ATerm, Urxvt, Rxvt, XTerm and other libXt terminals: Copy the generated text to
~/.Xresourcesfile (you may have to create it) and run
Gnome Terminal, Guake: Save the generated script into set_colors.sh, make this file executable
$ chmod +x set_colors.shand run it
$ ./set_colors.sh. Alternatively copy generated lines directly into your shell.
XFCE4 Terminal: Backup
~/.config/Terminal/terminalrcfile and replace it with generated text. Take into account that this file contains all XFCE4 Terminal settings, not only color scheme.
Konsole and Yakuake: Put the generated file to
~/.kde/share/apps/konsole/NAME-OF-SCHEME.colorschemeand restart the terminal.
iTerm2 for Mac: Create a file
~/NAME-OF-SCHEME.itermcolorswith the generated xml content and load it with the
Load Presets ...button under
iTerm2 / Preferences / Profiles / <Your Profile> / Colors.
Putty: Save the generated file with
.regextension and double click it.
Terminator: Copy lines within the [profiles] section of the generated configuration file to ~/.config/terminator/config file.
Other terminals: Generate one of the supported formats and copy hex values into the configuration file (or tool) of your terminal.
git clone please edit
build.sh and make sure that paths are correct. After that run
Victor Hugo Borja