Transparency sliding bar is at full (Option Available in profile preferences).
Even then terminal has solid color. It was working well a day before.
How to roll back?
I want to define a Bash function that changes the terminal transparency so i can use it like a command. Currently I do something like this for changing the terminal title:
In the .bashrc file i have:
echo -en "\033]2;$1\007"
And when i want to change it i just type:
title "Awesome Terminal"
I just can't figure out how to do the same with the transparency.
I recently installed ubuntu GNOME and I have done all the updates and upgrades. When I try to add transparency to my terminal it don't work. It only goes dark-black to white.
Transparency set to none:
Transparency set to maximum
However, when I have added transparency to the terminal and I go into Help -> About, the terminal window applies the right transparency, (very strange).