A SIMBL plug-in for Terminal in Leopard which allows customisation of the text colours
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README

Finally you can have terminalcolors (http://ciaranwal.sh/2007/11/01/customising-colours-in-leopard-terminal) fully working on Snow Leopard.

I merged evanphx's Snow Leopard fixes with silverity's 64bit fixes. With this newer bundle and the "newest SIMBL (http://www.culater.net/software/SIMBL/SIMBL.php) that works on Snow Leopard, you don't need to open the Terminal in 32bit mode any more.

http://github.com/timmfin/terminalcolours/raw/master/TerminalColours-SL-64bit.zip

Follow the same instructions: install the latest SIMBL for Snow Leopard, unzip the file, copy the bundle to the SIMBL plugin folder, and then restart Terminal.app.

ps: I'm a total xcode/objective-c newb, so let me know if I did anything wrong :)