Originally Posted by Snark1994
You can use the "--geometry" option as specified here
- or even the fullscreen/maximised modes, if you wanted. From experiments with gnome-terminal, it seems that you specify widths and heights in characters:
- gnome-terminal --geometry 80x24+0+0 #this provides a normal terminal in the top-left hand corner
- gnome-terminal --geometry 80x48+0+0 #this provides a terminal twice as tall as normal in the same place
Hope this helps
I see that this works. however,.. how do i do it automatically? Is there a settings file somewhere to put this --geometry option in, so that when it runs, it follows it?
I ask because I am using a launcher called gnome-do -- which doesn't allow options to be added to the command. So a settings/configuration file would be awesome in this case.