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    • Arthur Kasimov's avatar
      Add an option to set the custom color of text under the cursor · a7f23d21
      Arthur Kasimov authored
      Current version of Konsole allows to select the custom color of the
      cursor (Settings -> Edit Current Profile -> Appearance -> Cursor ->
      Custom cursor color). This works well for I-Beam and Underline cursor
      shapes. But for block-shaped cursors the text under the cursor is often
      hard to read, e.g. bright text under the bright cursor or dark text
      under the dark cursor.
      
      This patch adds an ability to select the custom color of the character
      under the cursor. The character uses this color only when the cursor
      shape is Block and Konsole window is focused. Otherwise the character
      uses its foreground color as usual.
      
      FEATURE: 407915
      FIXED-IN: 20.04
      a7f23d21
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    • Christian Muehlhaeuser's avatar
      Support status report requests for text-colors · 967c42a1
      Christian Muehlhaeuser authored
      Summary:
      Konsole already responds to background color status report
      requests, but ignores requests for the foreground color.
      This adds the support and makes Konsole behave like other xterm /
      VTE-based terminals.
      
      Test Plan:
      Run 'printf "\033]10;?\a"' in a bash shell and Konsole should
      respond with the current foreground color setting on stdout.
      967c42a1
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    • Wolfgang Bauer's avatar
      Copy _colorRandomization when copying a new ColorScheme · 7cfe2c8a
      Wolfgang Bauer authored
      Summary:
      The `_colorRandomization` property is new in 19.12, and should be
      copied by the copy constructor as well.
      
      This fixes the problem that it was not possible to disable the
      "Randomly adjust colors for each session" option again once it was
      enabled.
      
      CCBUG: 415242
      FIXED-IN: 19.12.1
      
      Test Plan:
      In the color scheme editor:
      Choose "Black on Random Light" and click on Edit, disable
      "Randomly adjust colors for each session", and click OK.
      It's saved correctly now, previously it stayed on.
      
      Alternatively, select some other color scheme, enable the option and
      click OK. Then try to disable it again. This works now, previously it
      also stayed on.
      
      Select an existing colorscheme and click on New, the new color scheme
      still properly inherits the "Randomly adjust colors for each session"
      setting.
      
      Reviewers: #konsole, hindenburg
      
      Reviewed By: #konsole, hindenburg
      
      Subscribers: hindenburg, konsole-devel
      
      Tags: #konsole
      
      Differential Revision: https://phabricator.kde.org/D26439
      
      (cherry picked from commit 771c1733)
      7cfe2c8a
    • Wolfgang Bauer's avatar
      Copy _colorRandomization when copying a new ColorScheme · 771c1733
      Wolfgang Bauer authored
      Summary:
      The `_colorRandomization` property is new in 19.12, and should be
      copied by the copy constructor as well.
      
      This fixes the problem that it was not possible to disable the
      "Randomly adjust colors for each session" option again once it was
      enabled.
      
      CCBUG: 415242
      FIXED-IN: 19.12.1
      
      Test Plan:
      In the color scheme editor:
      Choose "Black on Random Light" and click on Edit, disable
      "Randomly adjust colors for each session", and click OK.
      It's saved correctly now, previously it stayed on.
      
      Alternatively, select some other color scheme, enable the option and
      click OK. Then try to disable it again. This works now, previously it
      also stayed on.
      
      Select an existing colorscheme and click on New, the new color scheme
      still properly inherits the "Randomly adjust colors for each session"
      setting.
      
      Reviewers: #konsole, hindenburg
      
      Reviewed By: #konsole, hindenburg
      
      Subscribers: hindenburg, konsole-devel
      
      Tags: #konsole
      
      Differential Revision: https://phabricator.kde.org/D26439
      771c1733
    • Mariusz Glebocki's avatar
      Fix token buffer indexing · 23ddfcc4
      Mariusz Glebocki authored
      BUG: 415249
      BUG: 415463
      
      FIXED-IN: 19.12.1
      (cherry picked from commit 90b4f339)
      23ddfcc4
    • Christoph Feck's avatar
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