Re: BUG: gnome terminal horrible performance

guenther wrote:

Sadly, yes. But at least it takes X geometry specification on startup,
which allows you to set the initial dimension (in chars) and the
position on the screen (pixels). See 'gnome-terminal --help' and 'man X'
for the details.
thanks for the hint. Isn't it a new feature?

Does anybody also experienced that 2.7.3 is even slower
than its predecessors?

In fact the disappointing gnome-terminal isn't a problem for me.

I don't like that bloated "kterminal" style terminals at all!

I'm running aterm under gnome. It's very fast. However there
is no future for aterm and certainly also wterm. I wonder why
aterms code for transparency etc. isn't simply copied into


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