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Three Quake like drop-down terminals for Linux

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I have become a big fan of drop down terminal windows, modeled after the Quake console, instead of having a terminal window sitting in the background that I have to switch to for every command that I want to run. You just press a keyboard shortcut, run your command, and hide the window again. There is no mucking around with virtual desktops, and you don't have to try and find a terminal window buried beneath all you other applications.
 read more | score:7813 | -mcasperson, August 16, 2011
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