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What's new in LXTerminal 0.1.4:
- Support customizing scrollbar buffer size.
- Support customizing foreground and background color.
- Support customizing position for tab.
- Resolve some compile warnings.
- LICENSE TYPE:
- GPL (GNU General Public License)
- OUR RATING:
- DEVELOPED BY:
- Fred Chien
- USER RATING:
- ROOT \ Terminals
Features at a glance
Key features include support for multiple tabs, independent from external applications (the only required package is VTE), small memory footprint, support for UNIX-socket instead of D-Bus, process sharing between all instances, modern and easy-to-use graphical user interface with lots of functions.
Modern and familiar GUI
The application's graphical user interface is written with the help of the well known GTK+ GUI toolkit, which means that it can be used on any other desktop environment that natively supports GTK+, such as GNOME, MATE, Cinnamon, and many others.
At a first glance, LXTerminal looks like the highly acclaimed GNOME Terminal application, but with fewer functions. It features a right-click context menu from where users can quickly open a new window or a new tab, as well as to access the program's preferences.
In addition, it comes with some unique features, such as the ability to rename a tab to whatever you want, easy navigation between tabs with the aid of a mouse, as well as the ability to move tabs to left or right. It is also possible to copy and paste text.
From the Preferences dialog, users can change the terminal font style, background and foreground color, enable audible bell and bold font, enable or disable cursor blink, change the cursor style, hide the scroll bar, menu bar and close buttons, as well as to set up the panel's position and scrollback lines.
In conclusion, LXTerminal is a great terminal emulator that can be used on any open source desktop environment, yet specifically designed for LXDE (Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment). It has only a handful of features, but it does the job very well.
LXTerminal was reviewed by Marius Nestor, last updated on October 23rd, 2014