Re: concerning right-click Open Terminal

Wouldn't this be something that would belong in gnome-terminal rather
then in nautilus? So there would be a per profile option for the
starting size, or something like that. Take a look at bug #88991 and
#68683 (whats with the cool bug numbers?) for gnome-terminal.

Daniel Brodie

On Tue, 2004-04-20 at 12:53, Alan wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 20, 2004 at 11:45:44AM +0800, Davyd Madeley wrote:
> > On Thu, 2004-04-15 at 17:36 -0400, L Harrington wrote:
> > > How can I change what gets run from an Open Terminal right-click on the
> > > Nautilus desktop?  I want to set it to have a wider width (who uses
> > > 80x25 anymore? heh) but someone told me Nautilus has this as a
> > > compile-time option (!).  anyone care to enlighten me? thanks :)
> > 
> > Desktop Preferences->Advanced->Preferred Applications->Terminal Emulator
> Assuming you mean you can set a size by setting the terminal to 'custom
> termina' and then giving it flags (--geometry=NNNxNNN+N+N) that's VERY
> user-unfriendly I think.  It requires far too much knowledge from the
> user.  An 'use this size as default' button would be much better (IMHO
> of course).  Personally I don't want to lose the nautilus placement of
> where terminals go, but I would like to start terminal with a larger
> height width than default withouth having to remember the exact syntax
> of --geometry :)
> Is this something that a bug should be filed for?
> alan
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