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Old 18th February 2012
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Default reversing the default Terminal color scheme .. is it possible ?

Hi !!
well this may seem somewhat trivial or minor issue .. but not to my eyes lol ..
So, is it possible to reverse the default white-on-black color scheme in OpenBSD Terminal ?

I am asking bacause when I installed NetBSD on my old ibook it had a very appeasing and eye-friendly -lol yaa- scheme which was : lightgreen on white bg ..

if only I can set this on OpenBSD .. whether for Acer Laptop or on the ibook itself ..
does it involve kernel building ? or just some Terminal resetting ?
Thank you so much !
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