Re: [client]

From: DJ Pure (
Date: 01/09/97

I use zmud, and it's perfect. I have a lot of colours too. The problem with
zmud, is that you HAVE to goto to View->Preferences->Colours->Foreground 
and then select "Make regular Colours Dim". The same with background.
Also, you can change your default text to dim white in ...->Colours->System

Besides that, Zmud Ansi Colours are perfect, dude. Just do that. Trust me
(famous last words).

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