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apps:terminal:advanced [2012/12/28 13:10]
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 ====== Advanced Topics ====== ====== Advanced Topics ======
  
-===== Files and Environment Variables =====+====== Files and Environment Variables ​======
  
 Terminal uses the Basedir Specification as defined on [[http://​freedesktop.org/​|Freedesktop.org]] to locate its data and configuration files. This means that file locations will be specified as a path relative to the directories described in the specification. Terminal uses the Basedir Specification as defined on [[http://​freedesktop.org/​|Freedesktop.org]] to locate its data and configuration files. This means that file locations will be specified as a path relative to the directories described in the specification.
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 ! Menu accelerator map. ! Menu accelerator map.
  
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 Terminal offers a few hidden options to allow power users to control various advanced settings and to reduce the number of options in the user interface. To set any of these options, you will have to open the file ''​${XDG_CONFIG_HOME}/​xfce4/​terminal/​terminalrc''​ in your favorite text editor and edit the section ''​[Configuration]'';​ simply create the file if it does not already exist. For example, your terminalrc could look like  Terminal offers a few hidden options to allow power users to control various advanced settings and to reduce the number of options in the user interface. To set any of these options, you will have to open the file ''​${XDG_CONFIG_HOME}/​xfce4/​terminal/​terminalrc''​ in your favorite text editor and edit the section ''​[Configuration]'';​ simply create the file if it does not already exist. For example, your terminalrc could look like