Tilix – A New GTK 3 Tiling Terminal Emulator for Linux

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7 Responses

  1. Robin says:

    For Fedora 26+, tilix is in the default repository. It can be installed using:

    sudo dnf install tilix

    Source: https://fedoramagazine.org/try-tilix-new-terminal-emulator-fedora/

  2. Andrew says:

    I use tilix for a while and i like it! never crashed!

    My two favorite features are to increase/decrease the text font with + / -, with r, d you can create a window right or down of your window.

    To make a tiled window large without delete the others simple use x and with j you can open a new site.

    It is really a very useful terminal emulator especially you like to code, debug, make via shell.

  3. Derek says:

    1. can you title the windows?
    2. do they reopen with the same configuration (or at least same directory) as before?

    • Aaron Kili says:

      @Derek

      Yes, you can change the windows title, simply go to settings menu and change it from the Name item, to set a name for the session. Secondly, they reopen with the same configuration (or at least same directory) as before, you can try that out.

  4. miksuh says:

    Terminix is in Debian 9.0 “Stretch” official repository. You can install it using command:

    # apt-get install terminix
    

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