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Terminal Screenlet

  

Screenlet

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Terminal Screenlet
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Terminal Screenlet
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Terminal Screenlet
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  53748
Submitted:  Feb 7 2008
Updated:  Aug 30 2010

Description:

[August 29, 2010 -- I'll look into the transparency issues with Lucid and try to have a new release soon.]

This is a configurable terminal Screenlet.

Right click terminal for copy, paste, and configuration options.

Drag border to move.

gnome-look.org's renaming of packages seems to break Install Screenlet functionality. Just rename package to "Terminal.tar.gz" or unpack to ~/.screenlets/ yourself.

TODO: Get other settings from gconf.




Changelog:

0.1.10 - Added option to set scrollback buffer.

0.1.9 - Figures... I found a better way of launching the startup application about 2 minutes after uploading 0.1.8. Removed option to relaunch application on exit, will work on that functionality.

0.1.8 - ADDED: Launch application at startup. Also added option to exit to terminal when comman1d completes (Relaunches application upon exiting, otherwise).

0.1.7 - Will now load palette information from gconf as well.

0.1.6 - Added: Will now load colour settings from gconf, if wanted. Added a workaround for terminal opacity, you do not have to restart to change the opacity now. Reworked how colours are set, changed what tab some options are under, and cleaned up some code.

0.1.5 - Added: CUSTOM SIZES! There you go guys, just took me a day to get my head around what was wrong.

0.1.4 - Added: Customizable Fonts, by request.

0.1.3 - Added:
- Customizable Colours for background, foreground (text), and border.
- Resizable border (0 = none)
- 'True' terminal transparency. Requires a restart to take effect, working on that.

0.1.2 - Fixed click area issue due to vte not scaling properly. Terminal can now be sized using scaling option. Removed some debug printing as well.

0.1.1 - Added Properties option to terminal right-click

0.1 - Initial Release




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 Good job

 
 by MNICY on: Feb 18 2008
 
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Il download it and tell you what i think when i get home.
(im at school, on windows :()


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 .........

 
 by Whise on: Feb 26 2008
 
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please post this screenlet on screenlets.org


Check out my Screenlets here

http://gnome-look.org/usermanager/search.php?username=Whise&action=contents

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 Fantastic, but...

 
 by cypherpunk on: May 7 2008
 
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I really love this screenlet, I now have 3 transparent terminals open on my desktop doing different things and it looks bad-ass!

But, is it possible to somehow set a default command that the terminal runs when it first starts?

For example, when I first login I have to manually start the app I want running in the terminal. But if the terminal automatically executed "mc" or "rtorrent", etc when it first launched it would make my life much easier!


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 Nice

 
 by chrispl on: Jun 22 2008
 
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This is a very cool screenlet.

The only missing option I found (or maybe it already exists) is the ability to copy-paste.
I would be nice to implement something like in gnome-terminal: Ctrl+C => copy the selected text; Ctrl+V => paste


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 Command launching

 
 by spdf on: Jun 23 2008
 
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Done and done!

You can now specify a command to launch when the terminal is created.

@Copy/Paste - There is an option to copy and paste on the right click menu. I'll look at adding ctrl+shift+c/v soon though.


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 Re: Command launching

 
 by CruelAngel on: Jun 23 2008
 
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yay, just what I wanted.

tail -f /var/log/messages :)


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 Transparency problems

 
 by vakisinkastettu on: Jun 24 2008
 
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I dont know what i do wrong but it seems that nothing happens when i mark the "Transparent Screenlet" and change the amount. It still stays black. The "Transparent terminal" neither seems to be doing nothing.

Otherwise this seems really great Screenlet.


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 Re: Transparency problems

 
 by CruelAngel on: Jun 29 2008
 
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Are you using a compositing window manager? (eg. Compiz?)


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 Re: Re: Transparency problems

 
 by vakisinkastettu on: Jun 29 2008
 
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Yep. I have Compiz installed.
Btw. Does the transparency require "visual efects" (On ubuntu) to be turned on.


Actually i tried that but there was a nother problem then...all screenlets turned white(=Not working at all)


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