Boris Faure has announced a new version of Terminology 1.9 of the terminal emulator for Linux operating systems.
For those who do not know, Terminology is a terminal emulator for Linux / BSD / UNIX systems that uses EFL. Use it as a standard vt100 terminal emulator with all the usual features, such as 256 color support. Terminology is designed to mimic Xterm. It also offers various pre-installed themes and wallpapers.
What's new in Terminology 1.9?
With v1.9, Terminology is improved by providing better compatibility with Debian GNU / Linux-based distributions such as Ubuntu.
Along with system compatibility, Terminology 1.9 introduced new ones characteristics and components. For example, your new panel allows choose beautiful colors and easily change the colors of your terminal.
The new color combinations available are Tango Dark, Tango light, Dracula, Belafonte Day, Belafonte Night, Material, Fahrenheit, Tomorrow Night Burns, PaleNight, Soft Era, One Dark and Cobalt2.
Save the color if you want to change the default font and the color of the cursor, Terminology also allows you to search fonts in the fonts panel and change it Colour of the cursor using OSC support 12.
Among other improvements, Terminology has updated translations into Catalan, Croatian, Danish, Dutch and French.
How to get Terminology 1.9 on Linux?
The easiest way to get the latest Terminology 1.9 is to use Ubuntu's Universal Linux package called Snap.
If you have snap installed on "Linux install", run only one mandate to install the Terminology terminal emulator:
For other operating systems, you can also download the source tarball from here and compile it for installation using the command:
For more details on Terminology configuration, mouse, and basic control, see Repository of GitHub.
Source of information: fossbytes.com