yakuake

Quake-style terminal emulator based on KDE Konsole technology
  https://www.kde.org/applications/system/yakuake/
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  20 reviews



YaKuake is inspired from the terminal in the Quake game: when you press a key (by default F12, but that can be changed) a terminal window slides down from the top of the screen. Press the key again, and the terminal slides back.

It is faster than a keyboard shortcut because it is already loaded into memory and as such is very useful to anyone who frequently finds themselves switching in and out of terminal sessions.
Latest reviews
5
matafleur 1 year ago

Great terminal emulator

4
Teretv 2 years ago

Me gusta es muy práctico de utilizar

5
konturger 2 years ago

I use it since 2012 - Simply perfect :-)

5
benjy 3 years ago

Very quick and easy to bring up, has far more features compared to Guake. To get the correct animations the Cinnamon effects settings need changing

5
seosova 4 years ago

Excellent! You can use it like tmux. For save sessions with name tabs and open folders you can use this script https://bitbucket.org/eternicode/yakuake-sessions/overview

5
Shadow1218 4 years ago

its a excelent tool

5
odair 4 years ago

pratical tool

5
Azenis 4 years ago

More options than guake, nice

5
osarusan 4 years ago

A necessary part of any desktop!

4
kaloto 5 years ago

Много удобна конзола. Винаги ти е под ръка...

4
phramusca 5 years ago

Consider Yakuake (KDE) or tilda too

5
Sp1ne 5 years ago

Очень удобная консоль, и всегда под рукаи.

5
troyvit 6 years ago

If it's not installed then a little part of me dies when I hit F12

5
flaster89 6 years ago

It's like glasses for near-sighted.

5
xiyizi 6 years ago

Lovely piece of software

4
ran666a 6 years ago

i wish there's no KDE dependent then this will perfect

3
MeScALtRiP 6 years ago

Not best than Tilda.

5
tux_fan 6 years ago

essential to my everyday use. More options than guake.

5
abcd 6 years ago

Essential on every wm. Better than guake because it supports multi-monitor setups. It doesn't require a kde install anymore.

4
RytronII 6 years ago

Very nice but better suited to KDE since it has loads of dependencies - try Guake for non-KDE setup.