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    aterm default setting

    I wanna have aterm use my default setting without having to use command line arguments all the time.I think I'm suppose to edit ~/.Xdefaults or ~/.Xresources but not too sure.Anyone know how to set this up?

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    Re: aterm default setting

    You can set up an "alias" to do that for you. In fact, most of it is done via alias.

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    Re: aterm default setting

    My .Xdefaults:

    Code:
    XTerm*foreground: white
    XTerm*background: black
    XTerm*geometry: 80x35
    XTerm*font: 9x15
    XTerm*saveLines: 2000
    Aterm*transparent: True
    Aterm*shading: 90
    Aterm*tinting: red

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    Re: aterm default setting

    works like a charm ;D One more question,whats the option for transparent scrollbar (-trsb argument) or do I use aterm*scrollColor for it and if so whats the color code for transparency? ex. #B2B2B2.

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    Re: aterm default setting

    Code:
    aterm*transparent: true
    aterm*transpscrollbar: true

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