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Eterm user.cfg file


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I've started messing about with Eterm and enlightenment and most things are rosy!


I like to use a shaded transparent Eterm and I'm trying to figure out how to get all my Eterms like this by default. I know a user.cfg file is read in (from reading the man page), but I've tried a ~/user.cfg and a ~/.Eterm/user.cfg but neither of these files seem to work. I've either not got the files in the correct place or my syntax within the file is borked.


Does anyone know what settings I would need in which file to produce transparent terminals, rather than the ones with random backgrounds I get at the moment?


[moved from Software by spinynorman]

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