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Terminal Screenlet



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Terminal Screenlet

Terminal Screenlet

Terminal Screenlet

Link:  http://
Downloads:  54579
Submitted:  Feb 7 2008
Updated:  Aug 30 2010


[August 29, 2010 -- I'll look into the transparency issues with Lucid and try to have a new release soon.]

This is a configurable terminal Screenlet.

Right click terminal for copy, paste, and configuration options.

Drag border to move.

gnome-look.org's renaming of packages seems to break Install Screenlet functionality. Just rename package to "Terminal.tar.gz" or unpack to ~/.screenlets/ yourself.

TODO: Get other settings from gconf.


0.1.10 - Added option to set scrollback buffer.

0.1.9 - Figures... I found a better way of launching the startup application about 2 minutes after uploading 0.1.8. Removed option to relaunch application on exit, will work on that functionality.

0.1.8 - ADDED: Launch application at startup. Also added option to exit to terminal when comman1d completes (Relaunches application upon exiting, otherwise).

0.1.7 - Will now load palette information from gconf as well.

0.1.6 - Added: Will now load colour settings from gconf, if wanted. Added a workaround for terminal opacity, you do not have to restart to change the opacity now. Reworked how colours are set, changed what tab some options are under, and cleaned up some code.

0.1.5 - Added: CUSTOM SIZES! There you go guys, just took me a day to get my head around what was wrong.

0.1.4 - Added: Customizable Fonts, by request.

0.1.3 - Added:
- Customizable Colours for background, foreground (text), and border.
- Resizable border (0 = none)
- 'True' terminal transparency. Requires a restart to take effect, working on that.

0.1.2 - Fixed click area issue due to vte not scaling properly. Terminal can now be sized using scaling option. Removed some debug printing as well.

0.1.1 - Added Properties option to terminal right-click

0.1 - Initial Release

(Version 0.1.10)
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 show_options_dialog is missing

 by selkovjr on: Dec 1 2010
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I have installed TerminalScreenlet from screenlets-pack-all 0.0.1~bzr523+20101128043441~maverick1 (it is not included in the screenlets in Maverick. It works, but I get this error when I select "Properties" in the menu:

File "/usr/share/screenlets/Terminal/TerminalScreenlet.py", line 215, in <lambda>
item.connect("activate", lambda menu_item: self.show_options_dialog())
AttributeError: 'TerminalScreenlet' object has no attribute 'show_options_dialog'

Indeed, there is no such method. Is there a fix for that? Is there an alternative for setting options through the menu?



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 Great Work!

 by cryptoxic on: Jan 5 2011
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Thank you so much, It's beast. May I suggest something for later versions to come? It would be great if there was an option to change the cursor shape. I myself, prefer underscore to a block

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 Not working with Ubuntu 12.04

 by grouchy on: Feb 22 2013
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I don't know if this screenlet is still in developing, but its not working on Ubuntu 12.04. Just to report. Regards.

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 Years later...

 by micklestrube on: Nov 6 2015
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A fix for it not launching in Ubuntu. You may need to install the python-vte package.

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 by micklestrube on: Nov 7 2015
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Had to edit "/usr/share/screenlets/screenlets-pack-all/Terminal/TerminalScreenlet.py"

line 232
change "self.show_options_dialog" to "self.show_settings_dialog" to get the properties menu to show up.

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