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XTERM-CONF(1)	      User Contributed Perl Documentation	 XTERM-CONF(1)

NAME
       xterm-conf - change configuration of a running xterm

SYNOPSIS
	   xterm-conf [-f|-force] [options]
	   xterm-conf [-is-supported]

DESCRIPTION
       Change configuration of a running "xterm" and compatible	terminal
       emulators (e.g. "rxvt").

       See XTerm::Conf for a complete option list.

       Additionaly, xterm-conf supports	the -f option to force a terminal
       configuration change without checking the "TERM"	environment variable
       before. This is useful e.g. when	running	in a "screen" or "tmux"
       session within an "xterm".

       If "xterm-conf" is called on an unsupported terminal, then nothing
       happens.

       "xterm-conf --is-supported" can be used to check	if a terminal is
       support,	if so, a true exit value (exit code = 0) is returned,
       otherwise a false exit value (exit code = 1).

   EXAMPLES
       Change the title, foreground and	background colors of the running
       xterm:

	   xterm-conf --title "The new xterm title" --fg black --bg white

       If running a "screen" or	"tmux" in an "xterm", then the "--force"
       switch has to be	used because of	the different "TERM" value:

	   xter-conf --force --title "The new xterm title" --fg	black --bg white

AUTHOR
       Slaven ReziA

SEE ALSO
       XTerm::Conf.

perl v5.32.0			  2015-01-11			 XTERM-CONF(1)

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