Power state (cord vs battery) reverses text foreground/background on Macbook Pro 2019
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Detailed steps to reproduce the problem:
- Open an iTerm window on my MacBook Pro (16-inch, 2019) with the power unplugged.
- Plug in the power (USB-C).
What happened: The text colors reverse foreground and background(!) Removing the power changes it back to normal. Also, when the power is plugged in, checking and unchecking the "Automatic graphics switching" radio box in the "Energy Saver" System Preferences Pane makes the text briefly go back to normal, but then it comes back to reversed.
What should have happened: The text colors and reverse state should not depend on the power state.