Version: unspecified (using KDE 4.6.3)
I have remarked that bash colors 'yellow' and 'orange' are inverted in the bold
Steps to Reproduce:
A simple command in a bash prompt :
echo -e "\e[93m YELLOW \e[0m \e[4;93m UNDERLINED \e[0m \e[1;93m BOLD \e[0m" &&
echo -e "\e[33m ORANGE \e[0m \e[4;33m UNDERLINED \e[0m \e[1;33m BOLD \e[0m"
I can confirm this on KDE 4.6.80 on gentoo.
Created attachment 62290 [details]
yellow and orange are reversed in the bold case
I can reproduce this 100% in KDE-4.7.0
I'm using zsh and 'white on black' colorscheme.
Git commit 771b4b22289d928f77d0a3bda9762b8137f2407c by Jekyll Wu.
Committed on 14/09/2011 at 00:24.
Pushed by jekyllwu into branch 'master'.
ANSI escape code "\e[1;93m" should generate intensive color.
The current behavior is bold(1) will toggle the intensity of an
intensive color(93), so the result is a normal color. This is
counter-intuitive. Xterm, rxvt, and all vte-base emulators generate
intensive color in this case.
M +4 -5 src/CharacterColor.h
M +2 -2 src/Screen.cpp
*** Bug 223081 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 233065 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***