The behavior of colorful data frames can be influenced by a number of
global options set with
options(). All options and their defaults can be viewed with
The following global options are interpreted by functions in the colorDF package:
20): how many rows at maximum are printed (set to
Inf to always show all rows).
"light"): theme assigned by default to the new
colorDF() (and also when passing a data frame directly to
TRUE, then only column
will be shown which fit on the screen (much like in the default print method
FALSE): some terminals do not support
italics and instead use video inverse. This will make some styles look
really weird. If this option is set to
TRUE at time that the colorDF
package is loaded, then the italic style will be silently ignored.
Changing this option will have no effect when set after the package is loaded,
so best put it in your
colorDF_sep: separator for the table columns
width: width of the terminal in characters
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