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You can also generate multiple .ini files using script.
In option /F you usually need to supply full path. If this value is not a full path, it is understood as a relative path from ttermpro.exe.
As having several different ini filed makes maintaining consistent settings more difficult it is better to inject the necessary color setting into one single ini file using script written , for example, in Perl. The relevant lines are.
; Text and background colors ; for Normal characters VTColor=0,0,0,91,199,181 ; for Bold characters EnableBoldAttrColor=on VTBoldColor=255,255,0,91,199,181 ; for Blink characters EnableBlinkAttrColor=on VTBlinkColor=255,0,0,91,199,181 ; for Reverse characters EnableReverseAttrColor=on VTReverseColor=0,0,0,255,255,255 ; URL(hyper link) text color EnableURLColor=on URLColor=0,255,255,91,199,181 URLUnderline=on
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