How do I set the default color pallete in sakura terminal?

Asked by Lyn Perrine on 2014-02-08

Everytime I reboot in Lubuntu 13.10 or 14.04 alpha It seems that the default color pallete for sakura is changed back to something other than what I changed it to so how do I get it to boot and open sakura terminal to get it to open with the xterm pallete without having to change the pallete settings. What config files would I have to edit or create. MY ~/.config/sakura folder is empty do I create a file there and how do I write that file. I care about the color pallete because I use a lot of ncurses application like nano or weechat in sakura.

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Launchpad Janitor (janitor) said : #1

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David Gómez (dabisu) said : #2

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David Gómez (dabisu) said : #3

What? ~/.config/sakura shouldn't be empty, except if it is the first time you run sakura. After that, the last selected palette will be used instead of the default palette. I don't know why in your system there is no .config/sakura. Maybe you have uncommon permissions for the .config directory?

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