Re: transparent tinted windows

turnerjw2@netscape.net
Thu, 05 Jul 2001 10:22:46 -0400




aterm -fade 66 -shading 50 -tr -trsb -sr -st -sl 2000 -bg black -fg green -fn -*-lucidatypewriter-medium-r-normal-*-17-*-*-*-*-*-*-* -sb -name xterm -n Lapdog -T 'My Transparent XTerm' &


works beautifully for me!)

Jim Turner



as-users@afterstep.org wrote:
>
> Today, Yonder Wrote:
> 
> # Themes are working perfectly now which leave me
> # with yet another question.  How do I get those
> # transparent color tinted windows?  I've seen them
> 
> I'll probably get shot for saying this, but the gnome-terminal can do this.
> 
> Aterm could, last time I looked, there's some switches to make it go
> transparent and specify an optional tint.
> 
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