xterm color does not behave properly.
xterm color does not behave the way I expect. This is mutt in xterm:
this is tmux in xterm, showing the colorls command:
$ echo $TERM
$ uname -a
OpenBSD pietje.my.domain 4.6 GENERIC.MP#130 i386
$ cat .Xdefaults
I think I didn't changed any defaults. If I can't fix this, I think I'll try a reinstall.
Anyone having similar issues?
1. How is it look with empty ~/.Xdefaults (you can use xrdb -load /dev/null)
2. How does it look in other terminal (try urxvt/rxvt-unicode)
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