Please help me test curses colors.

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    It was my fault, I didn't remember to link -lcurses. I'll try it again when I get home!

    I'll be using Mepis 7.0 64-bit.
    What is C++?

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    Okay, the first picture is the one you posted first. The other picture is the last one you posted.

    .. on Mepis 7
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    I'm inclined to cus at this point. I mean, why is the other block not bold colors? I want to figure out how, with attrset, attron, etc to get bold colors, where white is white, not gray, and bright blue, and dark green. See my original screen cap. See those bright colors? Why can't I access them in linux? *sigh*

    Nevermind. I know now I just need to take my tetris program and have it designate half the colors for the background/shadow and half of them for the blocks, regardless of what they happen to be. I'm gonna rewrite my tetirs program anyways with structs and a little cleaner.
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    If it matters at all, my default konsole background is the "transparent" you see behind some of the "#"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vicious View Post
    If it matters at all, my default konsole background is the "transparent" you see behind some of the "#"
    I'll bet that would make tetris look cool.
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