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Enabling ANSI colors in older versions of Windows To use ANSI colours in the Windows terminal requires setting VirtualTe +rminalLevel. VirtualTerminalLevel = 1 is now set by default for the terminal and in + ConPTY. In Windows versions 1511 through to 1903 this had to be enabled in the + registry at: [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Console] "VirtualTerminalLevel"=dword:00000001 Alternatively it can be enabled by calling the SetConsoleMode API with + the ENABLE_VIRTUAL_TERMINAL_PROCESSING flag 24 bit color The latest W10 Console has full 24-bit color support, this is primaril +y for Linux compatibility so the console properties page and the defa +ult Windows color mappings still use just 16 colors, there is no plan + to add additional console colors to the Win32 API. To take advantage of the new colors use ColorTool.exe and install a th +eme, or use the VT100 sequences described here. When the VT100 sequences are used with a version of the Windows Consol +e that supports 24-bit colors they will display the desired RGB color +, older consoles will choose the nearest appropriate color from the e +xisting 16 color table.

In reply to Re^5: 'rgb_palette' - Term::ANSIColor Helper -- errors on strawberry (win32 cmd.exe colors) by Anonymous Monk
in thread 'rgb_palette' - Term::ANSIColor Helper by kcott

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