Tilda: terminal disappearance

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Today we speak of "Tilda”, a small utility for GNU/Linux useful to those who are getting to grips with the terminal.

Tilda is a small terminal disappearance, called up by pressing a key or combination of keys more. The project open source "Tilda" is very small, and the only objective of the project is the "terminal disappearance”.

Tilda greatly simplifies the work and speeds that the use of the terminal we do every day. The interface is fully configurable, by the number of lines and columns to transparency of the background (requires no compiz), to shortcut for the invocation.

Use of Tilda poco, but I've learned to appreciate. Below is a screenshot.

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