James Richard Tyrer
tyrerj at acm.org
Mon Jun 3 02:58:51 BST 2002
Vladimir Blagojevic wrote:
> What is --noframe option supposed to do for konsole? I hoped that it
> would create a decoration free window frame (no minimize,maximize and
> close buttons) but it doesn't?
You have to use: "kstart" for that:
kstart --type <type> konsole
to see what types are available. Try them, but there appears to be a
bug and I can't get a full screen with a type of Override. That is:
kstart --type Override konsole --geometry 1024x768-0-0
does not fill my 1024x768 screen. You might be better off just to use
full screen mode with no scroll bar.
> The ultimate idea is to have a konosle that is transparent , without
> toolbar ,scrollbar and menubar so it can be as a log viewer built into
> the desktop.
You can turn off all of the bars with either settings or command line
There is an omission, there is no command line option for full
screen.James Richard Tyrer wrote:
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