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process-coloring-rules: preference variable

Default value: 63

This variable controls how Epsilon applies colors to certain elements in concurrent process buffers. The value 0x1 lets Epsilon apply colors to prompts and user input. The value 0x2 lets Epsilon interpret certain ANSI escape sequences that switch output colors. The value 0x4 lets Epsilon adjust the requested background color from such escape sequences for better readability. The value 0x8 makes Epsilon interpret backspaces to make some progress messages and similar look better. The value 0x10 makes Epsilon remove any remaining ANSI escape sequences. The value 0x20 makes Epsilon remove certain xterm-specific escape sequences. Add these bit values together to enable multiple rules.

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