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Use "dtterm"
Authored by: uucee on Jan 19, '03 07:57:36AM
Set TERM to "dtterm". Try even running some of the vttest dtterm-specific tests on Terminal.app. You'll be surprised. emacs and lynx seem to work w/o problems in color.

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Use "dtterm"
Authored by: soulrider2k on Jun 20, '03 01:22:41AM

this is the simplest most kickass soulution. Put:

setenv TERM dtterm

into your .tcshrc file

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Use "nsterm"
Authored by: GaelicWizard on Jul 10, '03 12:46:14AM

nsterm or Apple_Terminal
This is what the terminal actually is. No tricks, no fixes, no hacks, no cracks. This is it. Apple just didn't set it to this... why?

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