I use this to toggle-decorations: https://gist.github.com/muktupavels/d03bb14ea6042b779df89b4c87df975d
if I start
xterm -geometry 80x1 it will have 1 height (in xterm TEXT lines, not in screen dots), but the moment I disable decorations it will have as many lines as it can fit in that window while it had decorations: 3
after I disable decorations, I cant use the mouse cursor to resize it anymore...
I use the window id $nWID I get from
if I use this command:
wmctrl -i -r $nWID -e "0,200,45,500,1" it will NOT let me set xterm height to less than 2 xterm TEXT lines (this command uses screen dots)
xtermcontrol --geometry=80x1 does nothing (why it wont work at all? neither
xtermcontrol --geometry=80x50 works...) and I would have to use it from inside that xterm, I cant point to that xterm by that window ID right? I saw no option on xtermcontrol that would allow that.
I use this special xterm with nethogs and keep it above other windows, but I am not able to let it have less than 2 xterm text lines of height, and that is somewhat complicated to see windows below it.
are there any terminal alternatives that would let me have non-decorated window with just one line? obs.: rxvt (or URxvt) didn't work
btw.: ubuntu 18.04, not all terminals are available to this version of ubuntu like the great