Wterm is a color VT102 terminal emulator for the X Window System. While lightweight, it provides an elegant interface, including NeXTSTEP style scroll bars and an application menu that integrates well with the Window Maker window manager and GNUstep based applications. Wterm works well with any window manager or desktop environment. Other features include background images, transparency, and reverse transparency. Support is included for the Latin, Chinese, Greek, and Kanji character sets. An extensive set of runtime options is available.
Morseall allows you to control your computer using only the mouse buttons. It allows you to produce keystrokes by tapping Morse codes with just a single button or with a three-button mouse for faster entry. Morseall is designed for disabled users who can only move one muscle. Morseall can also be used with wearable laptops, tablets, or handhelds where a keyboard would be inconvenient or unavailable.
The WebTTY package allows any Linux terminal processes to be controlled via a text area HTML element on a Web page. The output from the server process is collected on the server side, and is sent to a textarea element. Keypresses in the textarea are collected on the client side and sent to the server process. WebTTY uses AJAX/DHTML patterns to achieve in-page updates without refreshing the entire page.
QuadKonsole is a terminal application that embeds Konsole kparts in a grid layout. This saves memory, provides faster startup, and makes it unnecessary to align your Konsole windows by hand. It also provides a lot more screen real estate, makes navigation easier by using arrow keys, and allows all Konsoles to minimized or maximized at once. It only occupies one slot in the taskbar.
Bashrun provides a powerful application launcher by running a specialized bash session in a small terminal window, conveniently providing bash features like tab completion and history. Additional features include user-configurable rules for automatically launching certain commands in a new terminal window, looking up manual and info pages, performing dict and Google queries, defining bookmarks for Web pages, or piping command output to the clipboard. Users can add more functionality by defining arbitrary rules for rewriting command lines based on regular expression matches and file test operators. This makes new features like file associations or Web shortcuts trivial to implement.
FbTerm is a fast terminal emulator for Linux that uses the frame buffer. It is mostly as fast as the Linux kernel's terminal when accelerated scrolling is enabled on the frame buffer device. It allows you to select fonts with fontconfig, auto-detect and convert text encoding with support for double width scripts like Chinese and Japanese etc, dynamically create and destroy up to 10 windows, record scroll-back history for every window, and copy/paste selected text between windows with mouse the when the gpm server is running.