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Yellow and Cyan are unreadable on default Jenkins

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      The colors "yellow" and "cyan" are impossible to read on the white background.

      May I suggest that you use class="ansicolor-cyan" instead of style="color: cyan"? This would allow someone to override the exact saturation/value of a color to make them readable.

      By default, I'd suggest the following colors:

      .ansicolor-cyan {
      color: #0AA;
      }

      .ansicolor-yellow {
      color: #AA0;
      }

      I don't have an example of all the different colors, magenta may also be a problem...

      You could do this with all the various attributes, including 256 color ansi sequences, bold, underline, bright, etc.

      .ansicolor-bold {
      font-weight: bold;
      }

      .ansicolor-underline {
      text-decoration: underline;
      }

      .ansicolor-bright {
      ...hmm...not sure...
      }

      I'd be happy to help with the CSS...

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          docwhat Christian Höltje added a comment -

          I used foo.rb (ruby code) to generate the tests in result.java.

          I hope this is useful.

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          docwhat Christian Höltje added a comment - I used foo.rb (ruby code) to generate the tests in result.java. I hope this is useful.
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          dblock Daniel Doubrovkine added a comment -

          Can you please open this in https://github.com/dblock/jenkins-ansicolor-plugin/issues ? And maybe fix/make a pull request?

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          dblock Daniel Doubrovkine added a comment - Can you please open this in https://github.com/dblock/jenkins-ansicolor-plugin/issues ? And maybe fix/make a pull request?
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          dblock Daniel Doubrovkine added a comment -

          0.3.0 supports color maps, party on

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          dblock Daniel Doubrovkine added a comment - 0.3.0 supports color maps, party on

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            docwhat Christian Höltje
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