In other words, changing nano's "default" colors.
The man page for nanorc notes that the "none" and "default" syntaxes are reserved. Is it still possible to configure nano to start with colors which are the reverse of what one uses in their terminal session outside
of nano, for instance?
If it isn't, it should be in my opinion.
So far, the nearest thing to an answer I found was here
And I hope folks reading this will refrain from suggesting I use one of the "mode-based" editors instead of nano.
I await all considered replies.