Windows – Black on white theme in windows 10 terminal

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I just installed new windows 10 terminal. It is simply superb. I want to change the theme to black on white (currently it is white on black). Any configuration available for that? I got some configs for

  1. Campbell
  2. Solarized Light
  3. Solarized Dark and etc

I want the simple putty (black on white) theme

Best Answer

  • Found the color themes at https://github.com/mbadolato/iTerm2-Color-Schemes

    1. Download and extract the zip file
    2. Open "windowsterminal" folder
    3. Open any file (.json format)
    4. Copy the settings and paste them in "schemas" section of windows terminal settings

    After copying, it should look something like below

    // To view the default settings, hold "alt" while clicking on the "Settings" button.
    // For documentation on these settings, see: https://aka.ms/terminal-documentation
    
    {
        "$schema": "https://aka.ms/terminal-profiles-schema",
    
        "defaultProfile": "{c6eaf9f4-32a7-5fdc-b5cf-066e8a4b1e40}",
    
        "profiles":
        [
            {
                // Make changes here to the powershell.exe profile
                "guid": "{61c54bbd-c2c6-5271-96e7-009a87ff44bf}",
                "name": "Windows PowerShell",
                "commandline": "powershell.exe",
                "hidden": false
            },
            {
                // Make changes here to the cmd.exe profile
                "guid": "{0caa0dad-35be-5f56-a8ff-afceeeaa6101}",
                "name": "cmd",
                "commandline": "cmd.exe",
                "hidden": false
            },
            {
                "guid": "{b453ae62-4e3d-5e58-b989-0a998ec441b8}",
                "hidden": false,
                "name": "Azure Cloud Shell",
                "source": "Windows.Terminal.Azure"
            },
            {
                "guid": "{c6eaf9f4-32a7-5fdc-b5cf-066e8a4b1e40}",
                "hidden": false,
                "name": "Ubuntu-18.04",
                "source": "Windows.Terminal.Wsl",
                "acrylicOpacity" : 0.5,
                "closeOnExit" : true,
                "colorScheme" : "AtomOneLight",
                "cursorColor" : "#000000",
                "cursorShape" : "bar",
                "fontFace" : "Consolas",
                "fontSize" : 12,
                "historySize" : 9001,
                "icon" : "ms-appx:///ProfileIcons/{9acb9455-ca41-5af7-950f-6bca1bc9722f}.png",
                "padding" : "0, 0, 0, 0",
                "snapOnInput" : true,
                "useAcrylic" : false
            }
        ],
    
        // Add custom color schemes to this array
        "schemes": [
            {
                "name": "AtomOneLight",
                "black": "#000000",
                "red": "#de3e35",
                "green": "#3f953a",
                "yellow": "#d2b67c",
                "blue": "#2f5af3",
                "purple": "#950095",
                "cyan": "#3f953a",
                "white": "#bbbbbb",
                "brightBlack": "#000000",
                "brightRed": "#de3e35",
                "brightGreen": "#3f953a",
                "brightYellow": "#d2b67c",
                "brightBlue": "#2f5af3",
                "brightPurple": "#a00095",
                "brightCyan": "#3f953a",
                "brightWhite": "#ffffff",
                "background": "#f9f9f9",
                "foreground": "#2a2c33"
            }
        ],
    
        // Add any keybinding overrides to this array.
        // To unbind a default keybinding, set the command to "unbound"
        "keybindings": []
    }
    
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