Discover Guake TerminalGuake is a top-down terminal for Gnome, and is highly inspirated by the famous terminal used in Quake .
You can instantaneously show and hide your terminal with a single key stroke, execute a command, and then go back to your previous task without breaking your workflow.
What does Guake look like?Your Terminal Anywhere On Your Desktop, Just A Shortcut Away!
Imagine you are working in your favorite text editor and want to execute some commands, like execute the unit test of your code, check a man page, or edit some configuration file. You can do it at lightning speed without leaving your keyboard. Just press your predefined "Show Guake" hotkey, execute your command, and repress it to hide the terminal and go back to your work.
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Simple Easy, ElegantSmooth integration of the terminal into the GNOME environment, with Compiz Transparency and show animation.
Multi-monitorGuake supports Multimonitor setup. Open it on the monitor where your mouse is, or in a dedicated screen.
Multiple TabsUse Several named tabs, with names automatically set from the running command, or easily customized.
Get instant access to your tabs with custom shortcut.
Quick OpenSee a filename in your terminal output? Simply click on it and it will be opened directly in your favorite Text Editor. It can even be scroll at the very specific line and column if your editor support it!
Autoconfigure GuakeStart Guake automatically at login, and define a script that will be executed on Guake launch, in order to configure Guake tabs.
This is temporary solution waiting for the save session feature.
Plenty of Color palettesMore than 130 predefined palettes are provided! You can easily visualize them prior to choosing the color that is best for you.
Read more: https://github.com/Guake/guake