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On-Desktop-Terminal

  

KDE Improvement

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On-Desktop-Terminal
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  6272
Submitted:  Oct 31 2004
Updated:  Nov 1 2004

Description:

This script calls the "kstart" application to start a terminal
which is borderless and transparent at a choosen position
of your desktop. This terminal has no entry in the taskbar
and runs like a daemon.

In this version the standart terminal is "Eterm"
because aterm's "borderless" and "transparency" options
seems don't working in some builds(e.g. SuSE).

The optimizing of the script is really easy.
You only have to change the geometries, colors and some other stuff.

Enjoy!
(...sorry my english is really bad :)




Changelog:

v.0.11 - script is working (hmm...aterm *grr*)
v.0.2 - Eterm is now the default terminal. I hope now all is working good ;)
v.0.21 - Little syntax error in eterm-command - sorry :/
v.0.3 - Some code changes, more info, looks better - final version I think ;-)




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 help

 
 by Ekardnam on: Oct 31 2004
 
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1. I had to remove the -bl to get it work.
2. I still get a windeco!

Please help =)


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 Re: help

 
 by TMG on: Oct 31 2004
 
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You can get rid of the Window Borders the following way:
1. Right-Click Titlebar
2. Advanced->No Borders


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 ?

 
 by aivs on: Oct 31 2004
 
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What about to use konsole?


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 Re: ?

 
 by KyroxX on: Oct 31 2004
 
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i will test it with konsole - give me some minutes ;)


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 Re: Re: ?

 
 by KyroxX on: Oct 31 2004
 
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konsole don't work - you can't remove the border - and for transparency you only can load a "schema"-file - you can't give him options like: "--trans 50"


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 -bl problem

 
 by KyroxX on: Oct 31 2004
 
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the -bl option of aterm is the "borderless" option.
This is fatal for your problem XD

hmm - make sure you have aterm version 0.4.2 installed ;)

In next version(0.2) there will be an Eterm exaple too.


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 :(

 
 by hubble on: Oct 31 2004
 
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raphael@voyager:~> aterm --version
0.4.2
raphael@voyager:~> aterm -bl
aterm: bad option "-bl"


it doesn't work :)
and with the options -sl 1000 -sl 2000 there's everything black :)


Raphael Errani
Think Linux - go Tux !

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 Re: :(

 
 by Ekardnam on: Oct 31 2004
 
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yeah, the same problem here.
Btw: how to make it 100 % transperant?


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 Re: :(

 
 by KyroxX on: Oct 31 2004
 
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lol thats really CREAZY!
if you type aterm -help or --help
can you find a "borderLess" or "-/+bl" option anywhere?

"-/+bl turn on/off no decoration"

or

"borderLess: boolean"

i can't imagine lol ^^


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 Re: Re: :(

 
 by hubble on: Oct 31 2004
 
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well, it seems if we arent talking 'bou the same :)

i installied the rpm-packege on a suse 9.1. And I'm shure, there is no +/-bl - option :)


Raphael Errani
Think Linux - go Tux !

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 Re: Re: :(

 
 by Ekardnam on: Oct 31 2004
 
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Hah, I installed a package from
http://www.linuxpackages.net/ ,
no -bl options =P

Get Error when I tried to install from
source.


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 Sorry

 
 by Ekardnam on: Oct 31 2004
 
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kstart: WARNING: Omitting --window argument is not recommended
Eterm: Error: Unrecognized long option --alldesktops
Eterm: Error: Attempting to continue, but strange things may happen.
Eterm: Error: Unrecognized long option --keepbelow
Eterm: Error: Attempting to continue, but strange things may happen.
Eterm: Error: Unrecognized long option --skippager
Eterm: Error: Error threshold exceeded, giving up.
Eterm 0.9.2

XD


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 Re: Sorry

 
 by KyroxX on: Oct 31 2004
 
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syntax error - the code must be:
kstart --alldesktops --keepbelow --skippager --skiptaskbar Eterm --geometry 90x30+365+315 --trans=true --borderless --scrollbar=false --buttonbar=false -f white --cmod 99 &


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 Re: Re: Sorry

 
 by Ekardnam on: Oct 31 2004
 
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Yeah that worked, but I can't get it
transperant? Argh, getting tired of this.
But I want it =P


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 Re: Re: Re: Sorry

 
 by Ekardnam on: Oct 31 2004
 
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Hah, installed from source, now it works.
Thanks!


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 hmm..

 
 by laktose on: Nov 1 2004
 
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umm, was your last upload not complete or the tarfile not complete?
cause in the files i downloaded, the last line of the odt.sh file is $fc=""
theres no command to run anything, just variables..?


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 Re: hmm..

 
 by KyroxX on: Nov 1 2004
 
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hmm.. sorry... you're right...
it's very late in germany ;)
now all should be okay :)


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 Re: Re: hmm..

 
 by laktose on: Nov 1 2004
 
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Awsome :)
All works now,
Thank you, you've done a great job!!


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