PowerShell is a GNOME/Gtk+-based terminal emulator which supports many terminals in a single window (limited only by available RAM). Each terminal is given a "notebook" tab which makes switching between terminals easy.
|Tags||Desktop Environment GNOME|
Release Notes: New options to not run your default shell on startup, to change the scrollbar position, or hide it, the ability to hide the tabs if only one term is open, and a few bugfixes.
Release Notes: Many bug fixes, added scrollbar to menu editor, option to turn off URL matching, ability for menu options to prompt user for arguments when run, added status bar, ability to change tab location or hide them altogether, ability to hide the menubar, and the option to run certain menu items on startup.
Release Notes: Several bugfixes (including both known segfaults from 0.65), a full online help system (using Gnome's help-browser), and a few user interface issues have been cleared up.
Release Notes: An "Update" button in the Menu Editor, Ctrl-Tab now cycles between tabs, right-click on the tab renames the term, and it launches user's default login shell when you start the program instead of the first menu option. Also many bugs and UI issues were fixed.
Release Notes: A major rewrite of the Preferences dialog has been done. Everything is configurable through it now, including the menu options. This release also adds support for custom terminal colors, blinking cursor, number of scrollback lines, and other options. The transparency effect was fixed so that it now updates when you move the window. Many bugs were fixed, including the segfault when you try to run a program with no path.