Make color scheme customizable
Or at least make a brighter cursor for the "Pro" scheme. Dark gray is close to invisible.
Hello, we will think what we can do with that.
Thanks for the feedback :)
It's 9102 now, the issue has not been fixed. A brighter cursor please!
Dazz Knowles commented
On a similar note it would be great to have the option for different terminal text colours within the same theme on a per server basis. Then clear colour coding test and production servers would be possible and the icon colour in the menus could then be the server’s colour too.
Henrik Nelson commented
Yes - please fix this - I'm a premium user for the time being but won't be for to long until this and X11 forwarding is fixed!
Jéssica Dutra commented
Please make this customizable. Only reason I still prefer my terminal sometimes.
Please see this link for what I mean:
Daniel Santos commented
Guillermo Payet commented
Super important for me as well. Pretty please? Using Homebrew, dark blue on black is unreadable, and yellow highlight over green is as well.
I support the comment of "Andrew Seago". I have a hard time finding the cursor to. Plus: I love the background color of "Solarized Dark" but I can't read anything with a "dark" gray font. A very light gray or even white would be better.
Andrew Seago commented
My main issue is with finding the cursor. If transparency was an option that could help. Overall more ability to customize the themes would be nice. For example please see macOS Terminal.
important for me too
BTW, other than the non-editable color themes, Termius IS awesome!
Homebrew theme is close, but dark blue on black is pretty much unreadable. I want to modify individual colors, and even what is displayed in what color. Please make it possible. Termius will never be satisfactory until this is done.
Editable themes. Yes! Thanks for an awesome app!
Dean Smith commented
I hate +1s but +1
The supplied themes are nice, but would be great to be able to edit them.
Under some lighting conditions I find it hard to see where the cursor is.