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Re: gnome terminal history [was Re: WARNING:DO NOT UPGRADE TO CORE 4]



On Thursday 14 July 2005 12:09, Matthew Miller wrote:
>On Thu, Jul 14, 2005 at 11:25:14AM -0400, Gene Heskett wrote:
>> >Right click, pick "Edit Current Profile", choose the tab
>> > "Scrolling", increase the Scrollback number, press Close.
>>
>> While it may work (I haven't tried it, the system is currently DOA
>> again because yum died in mid-session) why is it so hidden?  kde's
>> terminals have it right out front as 'history', with an
>> auto-inc-dec, or you can type into it, scrollbox to set the number
>> of lines.
>
>Why do you say that it's hidden? It's a completely obvious
> preference. (The "Right click" thing is only because I'm not sure
> if you've hidden the menu bar or not -- if the menu bar is
> visibile, instead of right click, look on the edit menu.)
>
Which doesn't seem to be visible for a non-root user.
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