make Konsole more touch friendly on tablets and convertible notebooks.
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README.md

konsole-touch

For me, this makes Konsole a perfectly touch-friendly terminal.

A little user-defined stylesheet to make Konsole more touch friendly on tablets and convertible notebooks. It makes the tab bar and scrollbar wider and easier to tap and drag with your fingers.

There are some comments within the CSS file to make it easy to personalize. I know not everyone uses a dark theme, or loves Monokai-esque colour palettes.

Screenshot

nice konsole

Contributing

If you have any other tips, hacks, or want to contribute other colour schemes (like a light profile), feel free to open an issue, find me on Matrix @adasauce:with.parts, on Fedi @adasauce@radical.town or send me an email to discuss! I’m happy to accept improvements, fixes, or changes that fit with the overall goal of making Konsole more touch friendly.

Installation

Copy the tabbar.css file to ~/.config/konsole/tabbar.css, then restart Konsole, or clone this repo to ~/.config/konsole/ if you’re interested in getting updates.

Then enable the custom CSS in either your ~/.config/konsolerc file, or via Configuration -> Tab Bar -> use user-defined stylesheet.

example konsolerc

[TabBar]
NewTabButton=true
TabBarUseUserStyleSheet=true
TabBarUserStyleSheetFile=file:///home/example/.config/konsole/tabbar.css