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Need default .cfg file for Terminology

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I stupidly messed with the translucent setting in terminology and kinda broke it. It didn't want to right-click and whenever I ran a command moksha would crash. Removing the .cfg file from ~/.config/terminology/config/standard fixed the problem for the most part. But now I lost the original font and the original colors, which came in handy for java coding in nano. Can somebody send me a download of the default file, or point to where one is either in the Bodhi system or online?

nvm I just recovered it from my live-usb.

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For reference of anyone reading this thread in the future you can find it in /etc/skel/.config/terminology on your installed system :)

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Um .. on my system, /etc/skel just contains bash config files. find / -name terminology just found me the base.cfg in my own home directory (and things like /usr/bin/.., of course), even after an update/upgrade terminology.

 

The reason for my question is https://forums.bodhilinux.com/index.php?/topic/13274-terminology-lost-some-menu-items/ but I just posted here as well, in case this turns out to be unrelated.

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