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Transparent gnome-terminals are available again in Fedora

Debarshi Ray recently blogged that the ability to make your gnome-terminal have a transparent background is now enabled again in Fedora (via an update to the gnome-terminal package).

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This optional feature was removed from gnome-terminal a few releases ago, and is now is back. The transparency setting of gnome-terminal is set in the Profile Preferences, under the tab Colors. Note that enabling transparency on a terminal (at the moment) hits a bug with the theme where the menu bar becomes fully transparent.

About Ryan Lerch

Ryan (website | twitter) is an designer that works on stuff for Fedora. He uses Fedora Workstation as his primary desktop, along with the best tools from the Libre Graphics world, notably, the vector graphics editor, Inkscape.

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