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Originally posted by trickykid xterm mainly but any will do except the gnome-terminal which is just utter crap...
Ahh trickykid, be nice
I used gnome-term for a long time. Easy transparency, the usual 'right click' copy/paste and tabs. I recently switched to Eterm though after installing Gentoo on my laptop. It doesn't have much disk space so I didn't want to install Gnome and what not when I'll just use Fluxbox on it.
Actually trickykid, I came upon one of your old posts explaining the copy/paste method for Eterm . That was mainly what kept me from using it before was not knowing how to do that! Eterm is cool and lightweight. I'll prob stick with it now.
synaptical: What did you use to change the font color in your sig links? I have tried various html tags in different ways and nothing has worked for me yet. Viewing page source shows the real html tags, but of course, they are different for use on the forum.
Got it. Thanks guys.
Yea, I had it enabled. I used [size=1] to make my hardware specs smaller, but I don't remember where I picked that up. I was trying to use [font color=" "] etc for the colors though.