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Terminal title doesn't change correctly

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When I open a new XFCE terminal, the window title is "terminal".

If I ssh to another computer via ssh mooch, the title changes to "sdstern@mooch:~" Typing "exit" to return to my desktop does not affect the window title.

Starting clean, "ssh -p 12345 linode.sterndata.com" does NOT change the window title.

Anyone know what's going on with XFCE Terminal?

Also, this is exactly the same thing I see if I use gnome-terminal instead, so this is probably a Works-As-Designed. Help me understand the design!

posted Jun 12, 2013 by anonymous

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Right click on the terminal and bring up preferences.
What do you have the "Dynamically-set title" option set to?

answer Jun 12, 2013 by anonymous
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