ok, so *WHERE* do I find them?

Navindra Umanee navindra at cs.mcgill.ca
Mon Apr 21 20:34:48 UTC 2003

Alan Larson <alarson at switchanddata.com> wrote:
>   As such, I just want to put up windows on the various screens, and
> have a working terminal emulator.  The old "Terminal" worked fine,
> without the confusion of the new Konsole.  The old program also didn't
> truncate the bottom parts of the bottom rows of characters at times,
> like the new one does.

Konsole is not new.  It has been around for a long time and has
completely replaced kvt.  It is used full-time by many of us, and I'm
not aware of the bug that you mention below.  This may be an issue
specific to FreeBSD or your packages...  more information is

Konsole should be able to do everything that kvt did.  If not, it's
probably a bug.  

Personally, I find Konsole fantastic and simply can't tolerate
inferiour terminal programs anymore.  The ability to quickly switch
between shells with a shortcut is indispensable.

>   So, where do I get the old 2.1 "terminal" program?  Where do I get
> the old icons?  They sure aren't anywhere I can find them.

What version of KDE are you using?  All you should have to do is
install kdeartwork go to KControl->Icons and select/apply the Lo or Hi
colour icon themes.


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