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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, and window sizes. 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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