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Xfce Terminal with two tabs.
|Developer(s)||Benedikt Meurer et al.|
Terminal is a terminal emulator built for the Xfce desktop environment using GTK+. It is provided as part of the Xfce project, but it can be used in other X Window System environments as well. It supports tabs, customizable keyboard shortcuts (key bindings), customizable colors, window sizes, and a drop-down mode similar to Guake. It was designed to replace GNOME Terminal, which depends on the GNOME libraries. Like GNOME Terminal, it is based on the VTE library.
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