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[Pimmy] 4 new languages in a new web site Hello everybody,
this is to announce our new web site, completely redesigned from a
technical point of view and with a new look. Come and visit us at
Anyway, the main reason of this message is the availability of 4 new
languages for our beloved Pimmy.
Here the published translations, authors and people who have helped:
. Translated by "David Esperalta"
. Thanks to "Eduardo Segovia" for his support
- Spanish (Venezuela)
. Translated by "Gabriel Perez"
. Translated by "J. C. Barnhoorn"
. Thanks to "Ba...
how to open a new term from an open one and carry the settings Hi,
If I am working on a terminal A, and I have a bunch of environment
virables setup, and now I want to start a new term, term B, then I run
"xterm". But term B does not carry all the settings of term A.
Is there any easy way do that so that term B will have all the same
settings of term A?
> If I am working on a terminal A, and I have a bunch of environment
> virables setup, and now I want to start a new term, term B, then I run
> "xterm". But term B does not carry all the settings of term A.