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in macOS dark mode, the font becomes #fff in my terminal, is there any way to set it to black? or just add another theme for terminal.app in macOS dark mode?

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This answer might be the one you are looking for. I'm able to do this via the Terminal / Preferences setting on my MacBook in dark mode. Not just for the transparent background but different colors.

Transparent Background in Terminal

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Thank you for following up.

Blockquote what I want is set a different font color in dark mode and light mode, according to your link, when I set transparency in dark mode, the color still affect in light more – user956609

If I understand correctly, the issue is setting a font color in light mode and different font colors in dark mode. If it's a question of doing so automatically when you switch modes, I'm not aware of a solution.

But manually, you can do so by selecting the text color box.

Screenshot of the terminal with preferences open to profiles tab / text sub-menu and text color area highlighted

If I'm still not understanding your question correctly, my apologies. Perhaps someone else can answer.

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    what I want is set a different font color in dark mode and light mode, according to your link, when I set transparency in dark mode, the color still affect in light more – user956609 May 9 at 14:23

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