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XFCE4 is my favourite desktop environment on Arch Linux. Its default terminal emulator—the XFCE4 Terminal—is a fine piece of software that I use all the time. So here is a minor contribution to the project: a port of my collection of colour schemes (aka “Prot16”).
1. With git
Enter the following command in your terminal:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:protesilaos/prot16-xfce4-terminal.git ~/.local/share/xfce4/terminal/colorschemes --depth 1
Download the latest release and extract the contents into the following directory (create the folders if necessary).
Pro tip: you can establish the full path from the command line. Just run
mkdir -p ~/.local/share/xfce4/terminal/colorschemes
Open the XFCE4 Terminal, navigate to
Colours. The themes should be available in the
GNU General Public Licence Version 3
You can contribute to the project’s git repository. Suggestions should concern the implimentation of the colour schemes, not the colour values themselves.