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Taken from the LilyTerm [http://lilyterm.luna.com.tw/index.html page]: ''LilyTerm is a terminal emulator based off of libvte that aims to be fast and lightweight''.
 
Taken from the LilyTerm [http://lilyterm.luna.com.tw/index.html page]: ''LilyTerm is a terminal emulator based off of libvte that aims to be fast and lightweight''.
  
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==Installation==
 
==Installation==
LilyTerm can be installed from the <tt>[community]</tt> repository:
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LilyTerm can be installed from the {{ic|[community]}} repository:
 
  # pacman -S lilyterm
 
  # pacman -S lilyterm
  
 
==Configuration==
 
==Configuration==
  
The desired options can be set via the dropdown menu which appears on right-clicking inside the window. Any changes made will be written to {{filename|~/.config/lilyterm.conf}}.
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The desired options can be set via the dropdown menu which appears on right-clicking inside the window. Any changes made will be written to {{ic|~/.config/lilyterm/default.conf}}.
  
 
==More Resources==
 
==More Resources==
 
* [http://lilyterm.luna.com.tw/index.html LilyTerm Homepage]
 
* [http://lilyterm.luna.com.tw/index.html LilyTerm Homepage]

Revision as of 15:36, 9 October 2012

Taken from the LilyTerm page: LilyTerm is a terminal emulator based off of libvte that aims to be fast and lightweight.

Features

  • "Single Instance Application" mode: launching another session of LilyTerm as another window of the original/parent LilyTerm - thus the LilyTerm started after the first one takes considerably less time to load
  • Support for tabbing, coloring and reordering tabs
  • The ability to manipulate tabs through keybindings
  • True transparency support (requires enabled compositing)
  • Support for background transparency and saturation.
  • Custom foreground/background colors and colors
  • Ability to change encoding environment for current or new tab on-the-fly (UTF-8 by default)
  • Hyperlink support.
  • Fullscreen support.
  • Dimming on lost focus
  • Several customization options: Rebinding keys, for instance
  • User/system-profile support.
  • Extensive UTF-8 support.

Installation

LilyTerm can be installed from the [community] repository:

# pacman -S lilyterm

Configuration

The desired options can be set via the dropdown menu which appears on right-clicking inside the window. Any changes made will be written to ~/.config/lilyterm/default.conf.

More Resources