Provided by: tilda_1.4.1-2_amd64
tilda - first person shooter console likeness terminal
Tilda is a terminal emulator taking after the likeness of many classic terminals from first person shooter games, Quake, Doom and Half-Life (to name a few), where the terminal has no border and is hidden from the desktop until a key is pressed. Usage: tilda [OPTION...] Help Options: -?, --help Show help options --help-all Show all help options --help-gtk Show GTK+ Options Application Options: -a, --antialias Use Antialiased Fonts -b, --background-color Set the background color -c, --command Run a command at startup -h, --hidden Start Tilda hidden -f, --font Set the font to the following string -l, --lines Scrollback Lines -s, --scrollbar Use Scrollbar -t, --transparency Opaqueness: 0-100% -v, --version Print the version, then exit -w, --working-dir Set Initial Working Directory -x, --x-pos X Position -y, --y-pos Y Position -B, --image Set Background Image -C, --config Show Configuration Wizard --display=DISPLAY X display to use
Copyright © 2005,2008 Tristan Sloughter (firstname.lastname@example.org) Copyright © 2005,2008 Ira W. Snyder (email@example.com) Copyright © 2007,2008 Ken Dreyer (firstname.lastname@example.org) This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions. See the file COPYING for details.
The full documentation for tilda is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and tilda programs are properly installed at your site, the command info tilda should give you access to the complete manual.
Please report it using reportbug tilda
Davide Truffa <email@example.com> wrote this manpage for inclusion on the Debian Project but it could be used for others.