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Old 10-02-2001
Question Changing font in script

I'm trying to figure out how to change the font or color of output in the middle of a shell script. I can't find anything that tells me how to do that. Any ideas?
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Old 10-02-2001
Check the man pages for:

termcap, terminfo, tput, stty

...I assume you're trying to take advantage of a color
terminal. Note that your TERM setting must be correct.
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