On Ubuntu 14.04, MATE desktop. I have just installed Tilda terminal, and so I added it to Startup Applications, just as /usr/bin/tilda. Rebooted, saw Tilda startup, and then noticed this: "Your ...
I like adapting the style of my terminal depending on what I am doing inside. Using tilda, I am therefore looking for a way to dynamically change the cursor shape, say, with a command line. I know ...
I use ArchLinux 64-bit, with these apps: xfce4-panel 4.12.0-1 xfce4-session 4.12.1-2 xorg-server 1.17.1-7 xorg-server-common 1.17.1-7 xorg-server-xwayland 1.17.1-7 xorg-setxkbmap 1.3.1-1 xorg-xauth ...
I'm using Tilda. It's hard to say which tab is currently active by a glance. Is there way to make it clear which tab is active. For example ,can I emphasize tab by changing it's background color?
Does anyone knows how to use Terminator inside Tilda? I use Tilda emulator a lot but sometimes I need to have different terminal windows open to check things out and I don't want to open Terminator ...
I currently run Openbox on a light netinstall of Debian. In Tilda, when I use a program like nslookup or winexe, some of my keys do not work properly. Backspace generates ^? Up generates ^[[A ...