Re: Konsole: Tab titles gnome-terminal style?
I see... Problem is, I'd like it to change dynamically, without me
having to set it manually or with a shell command (i.e. dcop). The
window title for Konsole shows me something like (editing file main.mk
with vi in directory /home/carles/project/):
main.mk (~/project) - VIM - Shell No. 2 - Konsole
and when I switch to Shell (#1):
project.c (~/project) - VIM - Shell - Konsole
If I quit VI, then this automatically changes. What I'd like is the tab
title to show me what the window title shows about the active tab, so
that way if I have 2 tabs and in every tab I am editing a different file
with VI, I can quickly identify what tab is editing which file...
Rob Sims wrote:
On Thursday 11 November 2004 07:52 am, Carles Cufi wrote:
"Shell No. x". In fact, I'd like konsole to do exactly what
gnome-terminal does, which is to show in the tab title what you'd see
as a window title once you click on that tab. Any clues on how to do
Double click the tab and rename, or right click the tab and "rename
Wherever you set the terminal title (often the PROMPT_COMMAND
environment variable), add the command:
dcop "$KONSOLE_DCOP_SESSION" renameSession "New Title"