|Subject:||Re: [Nano-devel] about support for more than 16 colors|
|Date:||Wed, 3 Jan 2018 21:57:09 +1030|
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On 03/01/18 07:14, Benno Schulenberg wrote:
I would just use hex codes: #000000,#FFFFFF. But if the decimal methodI've used both notations for years, so I'd be happy with either.
Having said that, the hex version does have the advantage of always having a consistent number of characters — which would look neater in the nanorc syntax files... and neat files are always nicer to look at and easier to read. :)
Is it possible for nano to query the 16/256-color palette?The blogger didn't recommend it, so I didn't think to bookmark it. I spent half an hour trying to find the blog post again but failed. :(
I do think, however, that the method was very similar (if not the same) as the one described by a fellow called Gilles in this post on Stack Exchange: https://unix.stackexchange.com/a/23789/24141
Hope it helps.
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