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background_tint seems to do the same as background opacity #2618

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ChasNelson1990 opened this issue May 1, 2020 · 0 comments
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background_tint seems to do the same as background opacity #2618

ChasNelson1990 opened this issue May 1, 2020 · 0 comments
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Hi there,

Recent mover to kitty here and just trying to set up my config.

My background config is as follows:

background #000000
background_opacity 1.0
background_image ~/git/dotfiles/wallfull.png
background_image_layout scaled
background_tint 0.5

My intention was that this would take my background_image (which is black and white) and tint it 50% with black (background) whilst keeping my terminal opaque (because background_opacity is 1.0).

However, what actually seems to happen is that my background has an opacity of 0.5, i.e. I can see my desktop background image through the terminal's background image (but my white foreground text is clearly opaque).

Have I misunderstood the description of these config parameters or is then undesired behaviour?

For reference I'm on Arch Linux using the standard repo install (v 0.17.3).

@kovidgoyal kovidgoyal added the bug label May 7, 2020
@kovidgoyal kovidgoyal self-assigned this May 7, 2020
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