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apps:terminal:advanced [2019/11/28 11:28]
kevinbowen
apps:terminal:advanced [2020/01/10 21:14] (current)
kevinbowen corrected terminalrc and accels.scm paths. corrected typo
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 ! The first base directory to look for configuration files. By default this is set to ''​~/​.config/''​. ​ ! The first base directory to look for configuration files. By default this is set to ''​~/​.config/''​. ​
 ? ${XDG_CONFIG_DIRS} ? ${XDG_CONFIG_DIRS}
-! A colon separated list of base directories that contain configuration data. By default the application will look in ''​${sysconfdir}/​xdg/''​. The value of ''​${sysconfdir}''​ depends on how the program was build and will often be ''/​etc/''​ for binary packages. ​+! A colon separated list of base directories that contain configuration data. By default the application will look in ''​${sysconfdir}/​xdg/''​. The value of ''​${sysconfdir}''​ depends on how the program was built and will often be ''/​etc/''​ for binary packages. ​
 ? ${XDG_DATA_HOME} ? ${XDG_DATA_HOME}
 ! The root for all user-specific data files. By default this is set to ''​~/​.local/​share/''​. ​ ! The root for all user-specific data files. By default this is set to ''​~/​.local/​share/''​. ​
 ? ${XDG_DATA_DIRS} ? ${XDG_DATA_DIRS}
 ! A set of preference ordered base directories relative to which data files should be searched in addition to the ''​${XDG_DATA_HOME}''​ base directory. The directories should be separated with a colon. ​ ! A set of preference ordered base directories relative to which data files should be searched in addition to the ''​${XDG_DATA_HOME}''​ base directory. The directories should be separated with a colon. ​
-? ${XDG_CONFIG_DIRS}/​xfce4/​terminal/​terminalrc+? ${XDG_CONFIG_HOME}/​xfce4/​terminal/​terminalrc
 ! This is the location of the configuration file that includes the preferences which control the look and feel of Terminal. ​ ! This is the location of the configuration file that includes the preferences which control the look and feel of Terminal. ​
-? ${XDG_CONFIG_DIRS}/​xfce4/​terminal/​accels.scm+? ${XDG_CONFIG_HOME}/​xfce4/​terminal/​accels.scm
 ! Menu accelerator map. ! Menu accelerator map.