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What terminal do YOU recomend and why?(i am undecided on the one i should use most. so i am looking for opinions)...
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    Recomended Terminal?


    What terminal do YOU recomend and why?(i am undecided on the one i should use most. so i am looking for opinions)

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    I don't recommend anything, but personally, I use xterm. It's the most lightweight of them all. I don't really feel the need for anything graphicly fancy, so I just use the once that takes the least resources.

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    I use gnome-terminal. I like the tabs so I don't have to have multiple windows open for terms. Plus it looks good with my gtk2 themes.

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    I use blue-tinted transparent aterm because it looks cool and I like at least a we bit of eye-candy . The tabs sound like a good idea though! I wonder if that would work in aterm?

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    I use Eterm because its on top of the user menu at enlightenment.

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    LOL! This is pretty funny; four replies, and still no two has still used the same one.

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    well i like xterm but it doesnt have a scroll bar so i can see what had been bumped off.

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    yeah dolda maby someone should make a poll ;)

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    Huh? It does have a scroll bar. Have you seen that grayed bar on the left of the xterm? That's the scroll bar. Hold the middle button on it to scroll.

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    actually with slackware 9.0 it doesnt have the scroll bar......im puzzled by this.

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