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Old 04-10-2004, 02:35 AM   #1
GT_Onizuka
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aterm shading and trans scrollbar conflict


Okay here's the command I'm currently running (that works) to launch aterm

Code:
aterm -tr -sh 50 -sl 30000 -fg white -bg black
And it launches everything fine, but I'd also like to have the scrollbar transparent, however when I do that, I get an error and the window doesn't open

Code:
ynadji@onizuka:BT_Temps$ aterm -tr -sh 50 -trsb -sl 30000 -fg white -bg black
aterm: XError: Request: 14 . 0, Error: 9
Floating point exception
I get the XError on the first command also, but a window opens and everything functions perfectly within it. What gives?

EDIT: I just ended up disabling the scrollbar with +sb, but if anyone knows how to make it work with the transparent scrollbar, I'd appreciate it.

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