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#1 2018-06-19 08:09:16

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sakura geometry in tint2

I set the sakura geometry in the openbox menu with -c 70 -r 25, from the menu it works but it does not work from the tint2 icon.

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#2 2018-06-19 08:46:16

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Re: sakura geometry in tint2

I solved by editing the .desktop file in / usr / share / applications
with sakura -c 70 -r 25 instead of exec = x-terminal-emulator

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#3 2018-06-19 08:54:23

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Re: sakura geometry in tint2

Is there not a sakura config file where you can set that, instead of hacking the .desktop file?
If you ever changed your choice of x-termnal-emulator in the future it would have to be edited again.


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#4 2018-06-19 09:09:07

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Re: sakura geometry in tint2

[sakura]
colorset1_fore=rgb(78,154,6)
colorset1_back=rgba(0,0,0,0.99)
colorset1_curs=rgb(138,226,52)
colorset1_key=F1
colorset2_fore=rgb(192,192,192)
colorset2_back=rgb(0,0,0)
colorset2_curs=rgb(255,255,255)
colorset2_key=F2
colorset3_fore=rgb(192,192,192)
colorset3_back=rgb(0,0,0)
colorset3_curs=rgb(255,255,255)
colorset3_key=F3
colorset4_fore=rgb(192,192,192)
colorset4_back=rgb(0,0,0)
colorset4_curs=rgb(255,255,255)
colorset4_key=F4
colorset5_fore=rgb(192,192,192)
colorset5_back=rgb(0,0,0)
colorset5_curs=rgb(255,255,255)
colorset5_key=F5
colorset6_fore=rgb(192,192,192)
colorset6_back=rgb(0,0,0)
colorset6_curs=rgb(255,255,255)
colorset6_key=F6
last_colorset=1
scroll_lines=4096
font=Ubuntu Mono,monospace 13
show_always_first_tab=No
scrollbar=false
closebutton=true
tabs_on_bottom=false
less_questions=false
disable_numbered_tabswitch=false
use_fading=false
scrollable_tabs=true
urgent_bell=Yes
audible_bell=Yes
blinking_cursor=No
stop_tab_cycling_at_end_tabs=No
allow_bold=Yes
cursor_type=VTE_CURSOR_SHAPE_BLOCK
word_chars=-,./?%&#_~:
palette=solarized_dark
add_tab_accelerator=5
del_tab_accelerator=5
switch_tab_accelerator=8
move_tab_accelerator=5
copy_accelerator=5
scrollbar_accelerator=5
open_url_accelerator=5
font_size_accelerator=4
set_tab_name_accelerator=5
add_tab_key=T
del_tab_key=W
prev_tab_key=Left
next_tab_key=Right
copy_key=C
paste_key=V
scrollbar_key=S
set_tab_name_key=N
increase_font_size_key=plus
decrease_font_size_key=minus
fullscreen_key=F11
set_colorset_accelerator=5
icon_file=terminal-tango.svg

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#5 2018-06-19 22:30:40

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Re: sakura geometry in tint2

johnraff wrote:

Is there not a sakura config file where you can set that, instead of hacking the .desktop file?
If you ever changed your choice of x-termnal-emulator in the future it would have to be edited again.

Actually no, sakura does not allow for a preset gemoetry specification (as far as I've been able to find, anyway). The size in columns and rows needs to specified with the command to launch the terminal.

Xfce4-terminal is much better for that - and based on Oday's other thread - Xfce4-terminal works much better with neofetch. Sakura does not always show the image.

@Oday - memory usage for sakura and xfce4-terminal on my Void Linux systems:

 7.5 MiB +   4.4 MiB =  11.9 MiB	sakura
 10.0 MiB +   5.0 MiB =  15.1 MiB	xfce4-terminal

Don't know if that difference is going to be a deal breaker for you, but xfce4-terminal would probably be the better option for you based on your other posts.

Last edited by PackRat (2018-06-19 22:31:33)


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#6 2018-06-20 11:10:39

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Re: sakura geometry in tint2

Which is the most suitable terminal for openbox? Maybe lxterminal?

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#7 2018-06-20 15:34:38

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Re: sakura geometry in tint2

0-day wrote:

Which is the most suitable terminal for openbox? Maybe lxterminal?

They can all be installed/purged with apt. Install them and decide which one you like. It's not about being suitable for openbox, it's about being suitable of 0-day.


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#8 2018-06-21 06:42:20

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Re: sakura geometry in tint2

0-day wrote:

Which is the most suitable terminal for openbox? Maybe lxterminal?

ha ha, what's the most suitable country to live in? maybe Latvia? or Switzerland?
what's the most suitable food to eat? Hamburgers? Pea soup?

apart from the impossibility to answer a question like this, it has also been discussed ad nauseum on this and many other forums.
please search before typing.

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