coderman at mindspring.com
Wed Dec 29 21:24:49 EST 1999
sara korhonen wrote:
> ok, so this is one the REAL rtfm-questions, but after i rtfmed and rtfmed
> and dind't figue out, i gave up and decided to ask, whether anyone here
> knows how to get Eterm, to have a background color at the same time when
> it's transparent? meaning that the background color would also be somewhat
> transparent. argh, this is hard to explain, but i hope someone understood
> what i was looking for. anyone?
I think this is the option your looking for:
Tints the background pixmap (either an image file
or the transparent portion can be shaded). The
mask is an integer, usually specified in hexadeci
mal in the form 0xRRGGBB, where RR, GG, and BB are
hexadecimal numbers between 00 and ff (0 and 255
decimal) which represent the brightness of the
image's red, green, and blue values, respectively.
A value of 00 will mask that color out entirely,
while a value of ff will not change that color at
all. Some common tints are:
If your version of Eterm does not support --tint then your out of luck.
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