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Hallo. I've been watching some screenshots latly and some of them got those super-transparant terminals with no borders. I've understood it's Eterm or aterm, and I managed to get them transparant, but how can I get rid of the borders?
Like this: unix.se/gallery/windowmaker/aad
In my experience to make the app borderless you have to specify in your window manager's config not to add a border to a specific app. When I used to use Enlightenment I did this in E's config files. Not sure if fluxbox can do it or not, it probably can. Just have to find the right config file.
Eterm can, in essence, reject borders the wm wants to draw, like xmms or gkrellm. Aterm requires having the wm do it, though, true. So Eterm+flux 0.1x=borderless and aterm+flux 0.9x=borderless. Ice has the borderless option, too, as do several wm's, I'm sure.