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Some time ago, I used the Gogh to change the color themes of the Terminal. But now I want to reset or restore the default color theme, but don't know how to do that?

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Are you able to click in the "gear" icon located in the top-right portion of the window and change it from there?

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  • No. The "gear" allows 3 color modes, but each of them will only change the background color instead of the entire syntax theme. Thanks. – F.L. Jan 21 at 22:33
  • I think that info is in you .bashrc file (/home/username/.bashrc). Try renaming that file, logoff and back in and see if that color scheme was re-set. – Mudito Jan 22 at 23:26
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Also, you can check this link. It has extra info about it but check my other comment as well. :)

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