From bcw142@21:1/100 to Linux users on Sun Aug 1 14:08:32 2021
Editing Mystic screens under Linux.
This requires some knowledge and setup in general, but using Mystic you are already ready for command lines. I use the LXTerminal rather than the default terminal of Ubuntu. LXTerminal offers edit in the title bar and pretty normal mouse copy and paste features. Much better than the default GNOME terminal emulator of Ubuntu and the like.
Ubuntu and most Linux setups allow you to use different desktop setups using the round Ubuntu icon at login. When your default name comes up there is also a round Ubuntu Icon you can click on and if you have multiple desktop setups you can pick one. LXTerminal is a lighter setup and has the black background expected by Mystic. There is a color setup for it, but I don't have it setup at present as it works OK without loading it, though the colors are off.
The colors are ANSI so they don't copy from Mystic anyway as the sequence isn't saved in normal copy & paste. The normal nodespy screen would look