cdcommand on each one. I've tried a few versions I found online, but I keep getting strange behaviour like all tabs opened w/o renaming or one tab is renamed over and over again
Hi; again not sure if this chatroom is still active but I wrote a tool (
guake-cl) that updates guake's colour scheme by piping the following commands into
gconftool-2 -s -t string /apps/guake/style/font/color "#D9D9E6E6F2F2" gconftool-2 -s -t string /apps/guake/style/background/color "#0D0D19192626" gconftool-2 -s -t string /apps/guake/style/font/palette "#000000000000:#B8B87A7A7A7A:#7A7AB8B87A7A:#B8B8B8B87A7A:#7A7A7A7AB8B8:#B8B87A7AB8B8:#7A7AB8B8B8B8:#D9D9D9D9D9D9:#262626262626:#DBDBBDBDBDBD:#BDBDDBDBBDBD:#DBDBDBDBBDBD:#BDBDBDBDDBDB:#DBDBBDBDDBDB:#BDBDDBDBDBDB:#FFFFFFFFFFFF"
this stopped working recently; were there any changes to guake's configuration that would have broke this?
Thanks for your response. The use-case is that I change my colour scheme very often, and wanted to do it through the CLI. I cloned ziyenano/Guake-Color-Schemes, wrapped a CLI & snapcraft package around, and used it to set CLI parameters using commands like:
// -- random dark scheme guake-cl -rd | sh // -- random light scheme guake-cl -rl | sh // -- particular scheme guake-cl --zenburn | sh
The sh pipe was a workaround for Guake's use of an old config management tool instead of
gsettings. I can update the module to just use snapcraft's
gsettings plug now, so I can omit the sh pipe.
guake --change-color palete_name