I have post a tutorial using Compiz to set a transparent terminal window stick on Ubuntu wallpaper, but I failed setting it up in Ubuntu 12.04 Unity. So here’s an alternative for some want a transparent terminal on Ubuntu 12.04 wallpaper using tilda.
Tilda is a highly customizable Linux terminal window.
I am using Xubuntu 12.04 and I would like to get the default terminal to be transparent of sorts. Everytime I change the preferences of the terminal and make it transparent it shows all the way thru to the desktop instead of the window it's directly above. I would like it like this picture.
I am trying to make the Unity3D Left Panel completely transparent, I have been able to get the top panel to be transparent successfully.
When I try and make the left panel with the icons transparent, I get a wierd brown Hue, I am unable to actually make it transparent
but the funny thing i when i click on the Dash Home and it opens up the Launcher, the bar and the launcher are completely transpare
Many of these commands can increase productivity, etc. by making things (for me at least), easier to do. My system desktop has a transparent terminal integrated into it. This makes it easy for me to run commands as I never have to open a terminal - my desktop in effect, is the terminal.
I found a way to make the icon backgrounds transparent for the Unity Launcher by changing the files under /usr/share/unity/4
Does anyone know how to make the background transparent for the dock itself? I already made it transparent under Compiz, but I want to remove the line that separates the dock from the desktop. If anything, I just want to make it look like the icons are floating.