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Old 11-28-2005, 06:32 PM   #1
LivinLarge
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Borderless aterm in fluxbox


How do I get a borderless aterm in fluxbox?
I have this in my ~/.fluxbox/apps file

Code:
[app] (aterm)
     [deco] {none}
[end]
I have had it working before and I thought this was how I did it but aterm still has borders.
Any ideas on what i could do to get rid of my borders.

Thanks,
Joe
 
Old 11-28-2005, 08:07 PM   #3
LivinLarge
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Thanks for the help. I did a search before I posted but either I didnt read the same thread or it didnt return it in my search. Anyways I found someone who created an Xdefaults file so I created one and just put this line in it:

aterm*borderwidth: 0

and now I have a borderless aterm

Thanks again,
Joe
 
  


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