• @FooBarrington
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      492 months ago

      I hate it, makes me look much less like a hacker while installing pre-built software from other people

    • Eager Eagle
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      352 months ago

      that is vastly more readable, not only thanks to the colors, but the indentation, new lines, and straightforward section titles are a huge improvement.

      • @[email protected]
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        42 months ago

        I’m just surprised the purists aren’t all up in arms that this isn’t KISS and that it doesn’t fit in their 80x24 teletype.

        … sorry, guess I’m not over that whole systemd “debate”.

    • @[email protected]
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      192 months ago

      I love this change, actually, I’m not a boring-text purist. Proper categorizing of data allows me to spot things at a glance much easier, and I’m all in favor of anything that can improve efficiency and understanding, especially for new folks, so we can improve product adoption.

      • @[email protected]
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        72 months ago

        I love it, but as someone with a red-green colour blind coworker, I always try to use blue for positive feedback, and orange for negative, as its better for representation for most colourblind types.

        • {1st: "Roke"}
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          22 months ago

          I wish FreeDesktop would standardize CLIs taking their application colours from the user theme so that colourblindness is catered for.

      • @[email protected]
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        52 months ago

        I’m using sid and i’m loving thia change. It’s an obvious visual cue to check if i’m about to remove something important like my whole desktop environment lol

    • Dizzy Devil Ducky
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      92 months ago

      I didn’t know I needed multi-coloured terminal text until I saw the 2nd image. It looks so much more readable!