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10.5: Use a plug-in to customize Terminal's ANSI colors
Authored by: lucianf on Nov 15, '07 10:47:34PM

Is there a way to programatically change window transparency in Terminal?



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10.5: Use a plug-in to customize Terminal's ANSI colors
Authored by: iacas on Nov 16, '07 08:25:36AM
I'm interested in this too, specifically via AppleScript.

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10.5: Use a plug-in to customize Terminal's ANSI colors
Authored by: noftheta on Nov 18, '07 06:11:30PM

yeah. command+,
change whatever you want and there's a button somewhere that says something to the effect of "set as defaults."



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10.5: Use a plug-in to customize Terminal's ANSI colors
Authored by: lucianf on Nov 19, '07 08:58:11AM

I meant through AppleScript.
Back before Leopard, the window color was an array of 4 components: red, green, blue, opacity. Now only the RGB is there, and it seems the opacity (or transparency, whatever you want to call it) is no longer available at AppleScript level. I wonder if it's a bug?



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