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Old 04-29-2012, 06:04 PM
Fernando Cassia
 
Default Changing a terminal window' titlebar color

I remember that in previous versions of Gnome (2.x) it was possible to change on a per-window basis.
What I'd like to achieve is write a caller bash script that intercepts ssh, and before a ssh session is started, alters the current terminal window (caller program) to stand out, to easily differentiate visually between terminal sessions that are local, and others (say: red titlebar) that are remote ssh sessions.

Is this doable without hacking the gnome source code?.
TIAFC
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