using transparent aterm

H.R. ter Veer terveer at
Mon Jun 30 09:04:46 CEST 2003

On Friday 27 June 2003 14:39, Robert Brimhall wrote:

Try to simmit the parameters within single quotes?
here's my section from xfce3rc:

	Yellow Terminal
	/usr/local/bin/aterm -tr -rv -tint yellow -sh 60 -ls -name 'Yellow Terminal'
	Blue Terminal
	/usr/local/bin/aterm -tr -rv -tint blue -sh 60 -ls -name 'Blue Terminal'
	Red Terminal
	/usr/local/bin/aterm -tr -rv -tint red -sh 60 -ls -name 'Red Terminal'
	Green Terminal
	/usr/local/bin/aterm -tr -rv -tint green -sh 60 -ls -name 'Green Terminal'
	Pink Terminal
	/usr/local/bin/aterm -tr -rv -tint pink -sh 60 -ls -name 'Pink Terminal'

> hmmm, this didn't seem to work... I can create a launcher for a
> transparent aterm but I can't get the left-click context menu on the
> desktop as an aterm or the terminal in the file-manager... also, now the
> browser global setting has reverted to mozilla when I click the web
> browser in the context menu... weirdness...
> On Fri, 2003-06-27 at 00:02, Biju Chacko wrote:
> > On Thu, 26 Jun 2003 23:33:16 -0500, Robert Brimhall wrote:
> > > Did you set this in the settings manager under the file manager
> > > global? Or is this another bash setting? I tried the first so I guess
> > > it must be the latter... you'll have to forgive me... I'm still a
> > > newbie... or feel like one even after over a year with Linux...
> >
> > np. It's a bash setting, and I actually haven't tried it myself. :)
> >
> > -- b

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