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Old 17th June 2012, 07:00 PM
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Terminal forget profile settings

Hi all,

in Fedora 17(32bit) after i set the hotkey for the gnome-terminal, its always forget the default profile settings. I have only one profile(Default), so that cant be the problem. The only thing what is wrong the Transparency, what is on ~50% by default, but when i start a new terminal with hotkey its become fully transparent, what is very annoying. When i start with the icon, its start with the normal profile.

Thank you for help.

Edit: if i set a solid background, its working fine, but with transparent background not.

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