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apps:terminal:preferences [2016/10/19 15:43]
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apps:terminal:preferences [2019/08/18 12:03] (current)
kevinbowen [General]
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 <figure "Open Terminal Preferences">​ <figure "Open Terminal Preferences">​
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 <figure "​General Tab">​ <figure "​General Tab">​
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 ! Use the drop-down list to select the function that you want the {key>​Delete} key to perform. ! Use the drop-down list to select the function that you want the {key>​Delete} key to perform.
 ? Emulation setting ? Emulation setting
 +**(removed in 0.8.0)**
 ! This specifies the terminal emulation. This does not only set the ''​$TERM''​ value, but also the input conversion of the VTE widget. By default this is set to xterm, if changed ''/​etc/​termcap''​ will be read to get the emulation values. ! This specifies the terminal emulation. This does not only set the ''​$TERM''​ value, but also the input conversion of the VTE widget. By default this is set to xterm, if changed ''/​etc/​termcap''​ will be read to get the emulation values.
 ! If you have an application that needs ''​$TERM''​ for correct functionality,​ it is better to set this manually in your ''​~/​.bashrc''​ file (or whatever shell you use) and set the terminal emulation as ''​xterm''​ to avoid incorrect characters in the Terminal. ! If you have an application that needs ''​$TERM''​ for correct functionality,​ it is better to set this manually in your ''​~/​.bashrc''​ file (or whatever shell you use) and set the terminal emulation as ''​xterm''​ to avoid incorrect characters in the Terminal.
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 Choose the default encoding for the terminal. You can temporarily override this using the {gui>​Terminal>​Set Encoding} menu in the menubar. Choose the default encoding for the terminal. You can temporarily override this using the {gui>​Terminal>​Set Encoding} menu in the menubar.
  
-===== Menubar Access =====+===== Menubar Access ​(Shortcuts in 0.8.0) ​=====
  
 ? Disable all menu access keys ? Disable all menu access keys
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 ? Disable menu shortcut key (F10 by default) ? Disable menu shortcut key (F10 by default)
 ! Select this option to disable the shortcut key that is defined to enable you to access the Terminal menus. The default shortcut key to access the menus is {key>​F10}. ! Select this option to disable the shortcut key that is defined to enable you to access the Terminal menus. The default shortcut key to access the menus is {key>​F10}.
 +? Disable help window shortcut key (F1 by default)
 +**(since 0.8.0)**
 +! Select this option to disable the shortcut key that is defined to open the help window. The default shortcut key for that is {key>​F1}.
 +
 +===== Misc (since 0.8.0) =====
 +
 +? Use middle mouse click to close tabs
 +! Select this option to enable closing terminal tabs with middle mouse click.
 +? Auto-hide mouse pointer
 +! Select this option to hide mouse pointer when typing in the terminal.
 +? Rewrap terminal contents on resize
 +! Select this option to allow re-wrapping of the terminal contents when resizing the window. If disabled, the contents that does not fit into the window will become invisible.