ROXTerm 1.18.5 background transparency setting

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ROXTerm 1.18.5 background transparency setting

I can set the transparency of the background of ROXTerm via the preferences menu item and then Edit Current Profile. When setting transparency however, I see the wallpaper shining through, but not the windows from other applications which are above the wallpaper. Is there a way to apply a setting whereby the applications are visible too through the ROXTerm window?
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ANYPAPER(1)						      General Commands Manual						       ANYPAPER(1)

anypaper - front-end for wallpapersetter SYNOPSIS
anypaper [options] files... DESCRIPTION
anypaper is a program that let you: Preview of selected image. Six modes of setting wallpaper (fullscreen, normal, tiled, adjusted, scaled and custom scale). User can select the background color, image position, wallpapersetter and screen size. Preview of background before setting no-set option for only handling images (command line) HELP OPTIONS
-?, --help Show help options. --help-all Show all help options. APPLICATION OPTIONS
--license Display license information and exit -v --version Display version information and exit -f --fullscreen Set fullscreen position -n --normal Set normal position -t --tile Set tile position -m --maximize Set maximize position -s --scale Set scale position -c --custom Set custom scale position -S --set Set wallpaper configuration or command line configuration -l --last Set the last wallpaper -x --x-position Set x position of wallpaper -y --y-position Set y position of wallpaper --x-scale Set x scale of wallpaper --y-scale Set x scale of wallpaper -h --height Set x position of wallpaper -w --width Set y position of wallpaper -b --background Set background color --no-set Disable setting function -p --lastwallpaperfile lastwallpaper file (default: ~/.anypaper/lastwallpaper) --rc resource file (default: ~/.anypaper/anypaperrc) --display=DISPLAY X display to use SEE ALSO AUTHOR
anypaper was written by Sergio Rodrigues de OLiveira Filho <> . This manual page was written by Alejandro Garrido Mota <>, for the Debian project (and may be used by others). May 10, 2009 ANYPAPER(1)