How to add transparency and background image to Terminal on Ubuntu

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On my tutorials about Ubuntu you have seen “Terminal WindowsTransparent. Here is a short guide how to make the Terminal transparent or add Image on background.

Open the “Terminal Window” and go to Edit>Current Profile:

On the Window Profile select Effects tab:

Check the radio box “Transparent background” and move the slider to give more or less transparency.

From this Tab you can add also a Image for Terminal background.

Check “Background image” box and find a img from “Image file“:

Also here you can play with transparency slider to make the background more visual or colored.

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2 thoughts on “How to add transparency and background image to Terminal on Ubuntu

  1. thx for this post being looking for a way to spice up my terminal . .an this simple “how to “jus did the trick

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