Automatically Change Color Scheme of Your Linux Terminal Based on Your Wallpaper

If you are Its FOSS newsletter subscriber you already know that we have started a new Terminal Tuesday series. In this youll get to read about command line tools or tipstricks to help you in terminal.

Terminal is not all about serious work it can be fun sometimes. You can play games in terminal or use some funny Linux commands to amuse yourself colleagues or family members.

This weeks terminal tip is a fun one. Its about changing the color scheme of your terminal based on your wallpaper.

Why would you do that Because it looks good and if you are sharing your Linux desktop screen it adds a nice touch to the overall look.

Pywal is nifty Python-based command line tool that changes the terminal colors based on the colors of that wallpapers.

You can use it to set the wallpaper and youll see that the terminal colors change immediately.


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