Gnome Terminal (Ctrl+Shift+N)
s.choi at hackers.org.uk
Wed Oct 24 16:34:19 UTC 2007
I'm not talking about a new _tab_, but a new terminal _window_ with
Ctrl+Shift+N key combination.
On 10/24/07, David Vincent <dvincent at sleepdeprived.ca> wrote:
> Soo-Hyun Choi wrote:
> > Hi,
> > If I want to open a gnome terminal with geometry setting for 80x40, I
> > can just open it by typing "gnome-terminal -geometry 80x40" at command
> > line. With this terminal (80x40 size), I want to open a new terminal
> > with the same window size (80x40) by pressing "Ctrl+Shift+N". But, if I
> > typed that, the newly opened terminal's size is still the default size
> > which is 80x24.
> > How can I modify it so that I can open a new terminal with the same size
> > by pressing "Ctrl_Shift+N" keys.
> > Thanks,
> > Soo-Hyun
> create a launcher in your panel/menu with the geometry flag. when you
> launch with that, if you create new tabs they will take on the same
> dimensions as the parent window.
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