[lug] Making a pretty mutt.

John Starkey jstarkey at advancecreations.com
Wed Aug 1 18:56:39 MDT 2001

You know. I wasn't sure how that worked. I know I'm editting in vi, but wasn't sure if it was a modified vi. Like mutt was built on vi or something?

Guess I should look at my vim config then. Must be in a syntax file then?



Thus spake Gary Masters (gmasters at dotsplat.org):

> On Wed Aug 01, 2001 at 08:39:43 -0600, John Starkey wrote:
> > Hello everyone. I was trying to tame this mutt last night, just switched from pine about a month ago, and I've got most of everything the way I want except for my "when replying" view.
> > 
> > In the body of the message it's regexp'ing the '>'s I guess. 
> > 
> > When I do a quoted reply I can barely read the first level of quoted material. The person before is a light blue while the person I'm replying to is in dullblue on a black background. Really hard to read. 
> > 
> > Does anyone know the attribute I need to use to change this in .muttrc? None of the ones I am currently using specify blue. Actually the word blue doesn't even exist at this point in the .muttrc. I've also tried quoted1, and quoted2.
> > 
> > Am I confusing the issue enough? Can anyone help?
> > 
> Are you sure it's mutt that is adding the coloration?  When I am
> replying to a message I'm viewing the document in vi.  If your
> vi is vim, or some of the other vi clones, it can do coloration.
> I don't personally like vim and use nvi which does not do
> coloration.
> --
>   Gary Masters
>   KC0HQW
>   Linux user #19428
>   gmasters at dotsplat.org
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