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Re: dividers/borders

From: Angel Martin Alganza
Subject: Re: dividers/borders
Date: Sat, 22 Mar 2008 14:48:26 +0100
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On Sat, Mar 22, 2008 at 08:06:49AM -0400, cga2000 wrote:
> Michael said at the time that it would not be hard to implement and
> asked whether anybody else might want this new feature.

I'd love to have it.


It looks very good, but...

> I think the second screenshot in particular would look a bit better if
> there was a thin (1 pixel wide?) continuous vertical line clearly
> delimiting the two halves of the display.

...I would even like the space it has now to be thiner, or even
better, not to have any space between areas at all.

> The nice thing IMO .. is that apart from the number of colors, this
> makes it impossible to tell whether I'm running screen under X or a
> linux console.

I will not be using X most of the time when I have vertical splits and
a high resolution console, actually. :-)  Are there any Debian
GNU/Linux or Free, Net, OpenBSD packages/ports which currently support
it?  If not, is it too hard to compile screen from sorurce and which
version should I try to compile?

Thank you,

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