Description of Problem:
When I attempt to read mail using the Mutt mail client in a GNOME Terminal
using default settings (use default GNOME monospace font, use Linux color map,
black text on white background), the colors used to color items such as the
menu and help bars make it very difficult to read the text.
Please consider removing the colors by default (if this is a Red Hat
customization), or perhaps tuning the colors so that they contrast sufficiently
to read the text.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. install Mutt
2. invoke mutt
Bars of text along the top and the bottom of the screen use a combination of
red and blue coloration that makes the text hard to read.
Different colors are used that provide greater contrast.
It seems that the default Mutt fonts use some regular colors and some bold
colors in order to provide acceptable contrast, however I believe the default
fonts in Red Hat 8.0 no longer allow bold colors.
The first major culprit is the status color entry around about line 3474
I believe my relevant configuration is mostly (if not entirely) set to the
Red Hat Linux 8.0 defaults.
You should note that mutt is pretty much unusable with the shipped colors.
Changing priority in the hope you will be able to investigate this.
Closing out bugs on older, unsupported, releases. Please reopen if
problem persists on current releases.
This is set from the standard upstream colors; I don't think we want
ot make local customizations.