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Fixed #12800 -- Clarified the text describing the palettes available …

…to django-admin.py, and when they will be used. Thanks to rasmus and Karen Tracey for the report.

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@@ -1002,18 +1002,18 @@ Extra niceties
Syntax coloring
---------------
-The ``django-admin.py`` / ``manage.py`` commands that output SQL to
-standard output will use pretty color-coded output if your terminal
-supports ANSI-colored output. It won't use the color codes if you're
-piping the command's output to another program.
+The ``django-admin.py`` / ``manage.py`` commands will use pretty
+color-coded output if your terminal supports ANSI-colored output. It
+won't use the color codes if you're piping the command's output to
+another program.
The colors used for syntax highlighting can be customized. Django
ships with three color palettes:
* ``dark``, suited to terminals that show white text on a black
background. This is the default palette.
- * ``light``, suited to terminals that show white text on a black
+ * ``light``, suited to terminals that show black text on a white
background.
* ``nocolor``, which disables syntax highlighting.

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