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Colors: panel and terminal

I use Fedora's mistogan background. I'm not sure if the panel is always gray or it is a side-effect of my background color, but the color of the panel is gray. But when I right-click on the panel to modify it, it changes to a salmon color. I'd like to reverse the panel colors, i.e. have salmon for the default and gray for the temporary one. Where are these color preferences set?

I know how to convert terminal colors from wild to simple black in Linux Mint: change the terminal preference to black on white and edit .bashrc to comment-out the 25 lines in a row dealing with color to the left of the prompt (the colors in an ls command are okay). But if I look in Korora, .bashrc does not include the same lines, but it does reference /etc/bashrc which does not contain any color references, but it does reference /etc/profile which does not contain any color references. Give me a hint: where are terminal colors set?

Thanks in advance.

Sorry, I should have mentioned that I was talking about Cinnamon.

Never mind about the second query, as I made a copy of .bashrc for safekeeping and deleted the three executable lines in it. Now there are no more colors in my terminal. I love vi.

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Which desktop are we talking about here... xfce, cinnamon, MATE, KDE Plasma?

Ah wait... i guess it's cinnamon, that's the only one i remember that changes color when entering the panel edit mode. I don't think you can change that specific panel color because that's the way it's set in Cinnamon. Probably hardcoded.

Sorry, I should have mentioned that I was talking about Cinnamon.

Never mind about the second query, as I made a copy of .bashrc for safekeeping and deleted the three executable lines in it. Now there are no more colors in my terminal. I love vi.

accepted

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