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GNOME Terminator

Terminator is an application that provides lots of terminals in a single window, saving valuable screen space otherwise wasted on window decorations and not quite being able to fill the screen with terminals.


Recent releases

  •  30 Apr 2013 14:48

    Release Notes: Many bugfixes, translations, and some new features in preparation for a 1.0 release.

    •  23 Sep 2011 21:38

      Release Notes: Bugfixes and new features, mostly from community members.

      •  24 Aug 2010 21:51

        Release Notes: This release adds a configuration option to enable a DBus server. It adds a configuration option to disable font anti-aliasing. It has improved error handling in various locations. It has a Maven URL handler plugin.

        •  04 Jul 2010 18:39

          Release Notes: Many bugfixes and some improvements to the preferences are in this release, as well as a couple of new plugins for watching terminals for activity, or taking screenshots of individual terminals.

          •  15 Apr 2010 20:39

            Release Notes: This release adds preferences support for alternate_screen_scroll (LP #558832). It contains bugfixes for the following LPs: #562490, #563911, #546665, #558324, #490627,#558376, #558375, #559185, #558330, #554571, #554440, #561697, #562039, #558832, #561710, #563445, and others.

            Recent comments

            01 Apr 2011 10:53 engineersthumb

            I often have multiple terminator windows open. each of which deals with a specific task. Within these instances, I have split them up so that there are multiple terminator sub-windows for sub-tasks. Is it possible to add a function that changes the color of the terminator icon in the task bar, so that I can differentiate between tasks easily without having to click and check the contents?

            hope this makes sense!


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