HP LaserJet P1005 and foo2zjs

Recently, I had to connect my old HP LaserJet P1005 printer to my CRUX box. I’ve had it for over 10 years, and I remember that on Slackware, it did not work out of the box. Instead, I had to use the drivers provided by foo2zjs. So, I decided to install them again.
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Customised xterm

Although I’ve always had xterm installed, I rarely used it. Once upon a time it was the default terminal in Xfce, and it opens by default by some programs, but that’s all. I decided to have it polished a bit and customise the colours, font and cursor.
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Tango 48×48

I decided to modify a bit the Tango icon theme, similarly to what I did for GNOME Colors. There, the problem was that some programs like Meld, would not display 48×48 sized icons if these were not available as PNG. I like Tango and wanted to have it working properly with no missing icons.
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Touchpad tap

My ThinkPad x230 is running CRUX, with packages installed from my own custom repository. Things seem to work just fine, however, the touchpad did not behave nicely out-of-the-box, as was the case with Slackware. Tapping did not work, I had to press instead.
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Split text in Inkscape

I have a block of text in Inkscape that represents a single selection. However, I want to split it, making each individual row as a be separate entry, so it can be selected independently. It is actually quite easy to do, I just keep forgetting it.
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