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I3-SENSIBLE-TERMIN(1)						     i3 Manual						     I3-SENSIBLE-TERMIN(1)

i3-sensible-terminal - launches $TERMINAL with fallbacks SYNOPSIS
i3-sensible-terminal [arguments] DESCRIPTION
i3-sensible-terminal is invoked in the i3 default config to start a terminal. This wrapper script is necessary since there is no distribution-independent terminal launcher (but for example Debian has x-terminal-emulator). Distribution packagers are responsible for shipping this script in a way which is appropriate for the distribution. It tries to start one of the following (in that order): o $TERMINAL (this is a non-standard variable) o x-terminal-emulator o urxvt o rxvt o terminator o Eterm o aterm o xterm o gnome-terminal o roxterm Please don't complain about the order: If the user has any preference, he will have $TERMINAL set or modified his i3 configuration file. SEE ALSO
i3(1) AUTHOR
Michael Stapelberg and contributors i3 4.1.2 01/01/2013 I3-SENSIBLE-TERMIN(1)

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YEAHCONSOLE(1)							  [FIXME: manual]						    YEAHCONSOLE(1)

yeahconsole - drop-down X terminal emulator wrapper SYNOPSIS
yeahconsole [-h] [-e command] DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the yeahconsole command. This manual page was written for the Debian distribution because the original program does not have a manual page. yeahconsole is a wrapper for X terminal emulators that provide a drop-down terminal embedding other terminal emulators OPTIONS
A summary of options is included below. Any other argument is passed to the X terminal emulator. -h Show summary of options and supported xresources. -e command command will be run in the X terminal emulator used. If specified this must be the last option since everything after the -e will be interpreted as the command. RESOURCES
The resources from the embedded X terminal emulator will be used and are documented in the corresponding manpage for your X terminal emulator. The specific resources for yeahconsole follow: restart 0 or 1, 1 should restart the terminal. Default is 0. term terminal to use, valid values: urxvt, urxvtc, xterm. Default is xterm. screenWidth width of the terminal. Default is the display width. consoleHeight number of lines of the console. Default is 10. xOffset x position. Default is set to 0. aniDelay delay for the slide animation. Default is 40. stepSize step size in pixels for the animation 0 will disable the animation. Default is set 1. handleWidth width for the resize handle. Default is 3. handleColor color for the resize handle. Default is grey70. toggleKey key combo that toggles yeahconsole. Default is ControlAlt+y. keyBigger increase height of yeahconsole. Default is Control+KP_Add. keySmaller decrease height of yeahconsole. Default is Control+KP_Subtract. keyFull toggle fullscreen mode. Default is Alt+F11. SEE ALSO
xterm (1), rxvt (1). AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Damian Viano for the Debian system (but may be used by others). Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2 any later version published by the Free Software Foundation. On Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU General Public License can be found in /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2006 Damian Viano [FIXME: source] April 15, 2006 YEAHCONSOLE(1)
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