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Finalterm now has tabs, horizontal and vertical split screens

Finalterm, a terminal emulator that’s being developed by Philipp Emanuel Weidmann, a mathematician and Linux Software Engineer from Heidelberg, Germany, has been updated.

The first public development version of Finalterm was released a few months ago, but was slow and lacked features that are standard on existing terminal emulators. With this latest code update, I think it’s almost ready for prime time. (See FinalTerm: A terminal emulator to rule them all.)

The most important features it now has are support for tabs and split screens – horizontal and vertical. This GIF image shows how those features work.
Finalterm terminal emulator linux

To follow this project, visit its home page and its page on GitHub.

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