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How To Use Xfce4 Terminal 0.6.x As A Drop-Down Console (Guake-style)

Xfce4 Terminal has been updated recently, two new versions being released: 0.6.0 and 0.6.1, and many new features were added, including an option to use the terminal as a drop-down console, like Guake or Yakuake. But this new feature isn’t available as an option in the Xfce4 Terminal preferences, so here’s how to use it.Among the new features added in the latest Xfce4 Terminal 0.6.x, are:Added search dialog;Terminal tab color changes when activity occurs in a tab since last viewed;Support for color presets and some presets were added by default, including “Solarized Dark”, my favourite terminal / text editor color scheme that I’ve been using everywhere for a long time (see: Solarized: A Must Have Color Scheme For Gnome Terminal, Vim, Gedit And Lots More)Drop-down window support when using “–drop-down” parameterChangelogs: 0.6.0, 0.6.1Install Xfce Terminal 0.6.x in Ubuntu / XubuntuBefore installing Xfce4 Terminal, please note that installing it in desktop environments other than Xfce will also install some Xfce packages.To install Xfce 4 Terminal 0.6.x in Ubuntu / Xubuntu 12.04, firstly add the Xfce 4.10 PPA and do an upgrade: Install Xfce 4.10 In Xubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin Via PPA. This isn’t required for Ubuntu 12.10.Now, to install Xfce4

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