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after running kitty @ set-colors -a "$XDG_CONFIG_HOME/kitty/colors.conf" to reapply default colors some colors get changed to incorrect values, but only in the terminal its ran in. it works only with -a flag and it only works in one window from --single-instance group. further invocations in other windows of the same group have no effect.
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Changing colors is supposed to change them only in one window, unless you use the --all and --configured options. And running it with kitty.conf will not change all colors, since kitty.conf typically does not contain all color definitions, only the first 16 out of 256
actually, you dont need to specify all colors. the red color in the target window gets changed to whatever color was specified last in the config. i can reliably change the red in the terminal to any color from the colorscheme by commenting/uncommenting individual lines. and again, it works only with -a flag even tho it affects one window.
Second, make sure to distinguish between kitty window and wayland window. Remote control only affects windows within one kitty instance. This is quite confusing and maybe should be better specified in the documentation.