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Month: May 2014

Re: [trinity-users] Starting yakuake with specified colours on log in by a user

From: Jan Stolarek <jan.stolarek@...>
Date: Mon, 12 May 2014 08:06:00 +0200
I have yakuake starting automatically on my system whenever I log on. This is provided Trinity's 
sesssion management. See KControlCenter -> Session Manager. Alternatively, if for some reason you 
don't want session management, you should be able to put a script starting Yakuake in 

As for colors you need to set the colors the way you want them (from context menu in Yakuake) and 
once you've done that choose "Save as default" from the same menu.

Hope that helps.


Dnia sobota, 10 maja 2014, Ken Heard napisaƂ:
> Is it possible to have yakuake start whenever a user logs on so that
> the user does not have to start it from a terminal emulator when s/he
> wants to use it?  The colours I want it to use are green on black, but
> running in a terminal emulator command "yakuake --bg black --fg green"
> as specified in the manual do not produce the desired result.  Yakuake
> will open but with the default colours black on white.
> I am presently using Debian Squeeze with KDE-Trinity, and package
> yakuake-trinity.
> Regards, Ken Heard
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