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How to set a background image for urxvt?

How do I set a tiled background image in urxvt? I have tried the following alternatives in my .Xresources file: URxvt*backgroundPixmap: /home/jgg/Pictures/tiles/escheresque_ste.png;style=tiled ...
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How to change colors of all running urxvt instances?

I'm used to black background and light green text when working on my urxvt terminals. But sometimes, when I take my laptop outside, it becomes hard to read and I'd like to change the colors of all my ...
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How can I get better-looking fonts in my terminal (URxvt)?

I've noticed that the fonts in URxvt look a little bit low-res compared to fonts that I see in my browser, for example. I was wondering how could I fix my .Xdefaults file to make the fonts have a ...
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Reset background to transparent with tmux?

I recently set up tmux-powerline and noticed that the background color on the status-left, if changed, refuses to go back to default and transparent (if transparency is enabled). I was able to fix ...
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Battery Bar in URxvt?

I was looking through an ArchLinux thread on URxvt, and I came across a setup at post #184 that I am going crazy looking for. It looks like there's some kind of battery bar in the PS1, with a ...
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Is it possible to select tabs as tabs with mouse in urxvt?

I am running urxvt on Arch Linux. I can select the output with mouse for copy / paste. The problem occurs when output contains tabulators. All tabulators are selected and copied as spaces. That makes ...
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Urxvt draws lines slowly

I'm using Arch Linux and Urxvt as terminal emulator. When I scroll up/down, text lines gets rendered so slow I can count by top to bottom (heh, 1st line get rendered... ohh, 2nd one! ...). It takes ...
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Set tab width in GUI terminal

I found that setterm -regtabs 4 doesn't work in xterm or urxvt. But, this xterm_set_tabs () { TERM=linux; export $TERM; setterm -regtabs 4 } will circumvent the problem. But, I suspect ...