Terminator 0.9, an application that allow you to have multiple terminal within the same window, is getting close to be released. FeatureFreeze has been started since a couple of weeks.
The bugs opened against terminator milestone 0.9 are being closed.
A big bunch of new features and enhancements come shipped with this new release.
A lot of new features have being added since the latest stable release, 0.8.1.
check out the changelog:
- Tab support
- Drag & Drop support
- Added support for ~/.config/terminator/config
- Switch the meanings of “horizontal” and “vertical” wrt splitting, after extensive user feedback. Added context menu icons to try and make the meaning clearer.
- Added keybindings for terms size and scrollbar manipulation. Thanks Emmanuel Bretelle.
- Alpha transparency support when running in a composited window manager
- Completely revamped config system which now transparently makes use of gconf settings if they are available, falls back to sensible defaults if not, and can be overridden entirely by ~/.config/terminator/config
- Support terminal zooming - now you can quickly hide all terminals apart from one and either scale the fontsize or not.
- New application icon from Cory Kontros
- FreeBSD support (thanks to Thomas Hurst)
- Watch the system monospace font setting. Closes LP #197960
- Proxy support (via GNOME and $http_proxy)
- GConf backend now caches
- Fix redundant title when there is only one Term. Closes LP#215210
- Try much harder to find a usable shell
- Support encodings a-la GNOME Terminal
- Move python support code to a terminatorlib module
- Many other bug fixes and wider compatibility with GNOME Terminal
- Add support to cycle term within the same tab. Closes LP#238205. This can be disabled by setting cycle_term_tab to False in ~/.config/terminator/config
Terminator is translated in the following languages:
- British English
If your language is missing and you want to contribute. Feel free to check the translation page on launchpad.
Hope you enjoy!