can i disable visual bell on tilda?

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can i disable visual bell on tilda?

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David Jones (dj) said :

TERMCAP(5) Linux Programmer's Manual TERMCAP(5)

       vi Cursor unvisible
       vs Standout cursor
       wi Set window from line %1 to %2 and column %3 to %4
       XF XOFF character if not ^S

       There are several ways of defining the control codes for
       string capabilities:

       Normal Characters except '^','\' and '%' repesent them-

       A '^x' means Control-x. Control-A equals 1 decimal.

       \x means a special code. x can be one of the following
              E Escape (27)
              n Linefeed (10)
              r Carriage return (13)
              t Tabulation (9)
              b Backspace (8)
              f Form feed (12)
              0 Null character. A \xxx specifies the octal char-
              acter xxx.

       i Increments paramters by one.

       r Single parameter capability

       + Add value of next character to this parameter and
              do binary output

       2 Do ASCII output of this parameter with a field with
              of 2

       d Do ASCII output of this parameter with a field with
              of 3

       % Print a '%'

       If you use binary output, then you should avoid the null
       character because it terminates the string. You should
       reset tabulator expansion if a tabulator can be the binary
       output of a parameter.

              The above metacharacters for parameters may be
              wrong, they document Minix termcap which may not be
              compatible with Linux termcap.

       The block grafic characters can be specified by three
       string capabilities:

       as start the alternative charset
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