Re: transparent tinted windows

gautam dey (sgtdeygautam@yahoo.com)
Wed, 4 Jul 2001 10:03:34 -0700 (PDT)


you use a terminal that supports Transparency and
tinting. (i.e. Aterm, Eterm, and gnome-terminal)





For Aterm the command line is:


$Aterm -tr -tint blue 






For Eterm the command line is:


$Eterm --trans --tint Blue





For Gnome-terminal :


right_click->Preferences


select the "Image" tab


In the background frame slect the 


tTransparnet
option.

Also check the Background should be shaded option.

For more information please refer to the proper
man/info page.

-d
--- Yonder <dj_yonderboy@yahoo.co.uk> 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


> in jedi's screenshot for the TPM theme yet when
I


> installed the theme, I couldn't get the windows


> to  look like that.  So... what file/variable do


> I have to modify to get that?  Or do I just add


> something to some directory?  I've got a semi


> transparent (changed to 129) wharf and the


> titlebars of all my windows are transparent but


> not actual window itself...  my terminals are


> still black.  Any ideas? 


> Hiromi (Yond "R" Boy)


> 


>
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