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Toggle terminal transparency via AppleScript
Authored by: roncross@cox.net on Aug 13, '04 11:39:09PM

Thanks, I learned something from this which is a good thing. The part that I was missing is that you can set the background to make the terminal transparent. I wasn't aware of this and I appreciate the feedback

thx
RLC

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Toggle terminal transparency via AppleScript
Authored by: dclark1 on Aug 14, '04 10:39:23PM

For those of you who prefer to stay out of the terminal.
Download the haxie - "Window Shade" from Unsanity.
It does all of that and more for a small price.



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Toggle terminal transparency via AppleScript
Authored by: RickoKid on Aug 15, '04 10:53:22PM
Or GeekBind which is not a haxie but a control panel. It can change transparency on ANY window! Very cool.

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Toggle terminal transparency via AppleScript
Authored by: roncross@cox.net on Aug 16, '04 09:39:02PM

I downloaded Geekbind and I like it so far. What is the difference between Window Shade and GeekBind? Both appear to have the ability to make windows transparent.

They both have other features as well.

thx
RLC

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