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Description: AROS dos script to switch shell colors.
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Size: 23kb
Version: 1.4
Date: 28 Aug 17
Author: cavemann
Submitter: cavemann
Category: utility/shell
Replaces: utility/shell/
License: Freeware
Distribute: yes
FileID: 1620
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This Update should fix a path issue. If
cliColor 1.3 has an error message, then
please try this version (1.4). -thanks.

Tired of your boring old shell? cliColor is a simple script
to switch the color combination used by your shell. This script
was inspired by a tutorial given at Aros-Exec a long time ago.
Thanks magorium (aka origami).

To install, drop the cliColor script into the S directory.
It's best to use cliColor as the first command when opening
a shell, or else the cursor could possibly get placed in
the wrong position and jumble the buffered text display.

Enter "execute s:clicolor" (no quotes) and cliColor will
display several color patterns to choose from.

Once you have decided which setting is best, execute cliColor
again and add the number of your choice as the command argument.

Ados wizards can also modify the shell-startup so that cliColor
will start automatically. Just add a line to execute cliColor
and include the setting number.

Happy CLIing :-)

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