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Old 11-21-2006, 08:37 AM   #1
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Using tabs with Eterm similar to Gnome terminal


Is it possible to use tabs with "Eterm" just as I would use tabs with the Gnome terminal? Using tabs is much more efficient than opening three or four terminal windows, which can take up a fair amount of real estate.

Also, is "real" transparency possible with gnome-terminal and/or eterm with Fedora Core 4 and/or Fedora Core 5. I read somewhere it was Fedora Core 5 only; is this true?

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