gulp output - lots of white on white text

I've been adjusting my color scheme, and somehow, I ended up with the following in the output when I run a gulp task:

The timestamps and filenames are in white-on-white; the blue background is just because I've selected to see that there's actually text there.

I've gone through every color setting, and nothing I can find uses a white foreground and a white background. Where is this coming from? And, more importantly, how can I fix it?

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Does reverting the changes made to the color scheme help? also, what IDE build do you use? what foreground color is set for Bright White in Settings | Editor | Color Scheme | Console Colors | ANSI Colors?

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I'm not sure what all of the changes I made are, and I've saved already. So I don't think I can revert.

Bright White is set to foreground #FFFFFF,  Background #AAAAAA. I just tried changing the foreground to hot pink, and it didn't make a difference.

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Found it. I just played with other "Bright" colors, since I had all of their foregrounds set to white (with backgrounds set to the color). It was the Bright Black setting. Why would it apply only the foreground and not the background?

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