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zero17
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Originally Posted by witeshark
Choose Terminal > Window Settings.
Choose a setting (Display, Color, or Window) from the Terminal Inspector pop-up menu.
Make the settings you want for your Terminal windows.
Click "Use Settings as Defaults" if you want to preserve these settings as the default settings for all new Terminal windows from Mac help
thanks for the answer, but I don't think that's what I mean.. what I mean was how to make the font colors if I edit a file, for example .cpp file on vim like this: (this is from my linux box)


in fact my terminal on my mac doesn't look like above, but look like this:


the version of vim in my mac and my linux are the same. any idea? or is it the default like that and I cannot change anything...
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