Yakuake is a drop-down terminal emulator based on KDE Konsole. It features smoothly rolling down from the top of your screen, a tabbed interface, configurable dimensions and animation speed, a skinnable GUI, and a sophisticated D-Bus interface.
|Tags||Desktop Environment KDE Terminals Terminal Emulators/X Terminals|
Release Notes: Silence and activity monitoring for terminals. A UI for easily downloading new skins. Window behavior fixes, and improved placement in multi-monitoring setups with complex panel arrangements. Synchronizes default shortcuts with Konsole. Expands the D-Bus API. Various fixes.
Release Notes: Support was added for OpenGL-accelerated window animation when run inside a KDE Plasma Workspace v4.6 or newer. Keyboard shortcuts were added to grow terminals in any direction. Several bugs were fixed. KDE Platform v4.3 is now the minimum required version.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release containing fixes and behavioral improvements, in particular to the tab bar, multi-screen support, and skin handling. The startup notification now uses Plasma on KDE 4.4 and higher, and locked sessions display an appropriate icon on their tabs.
Release Notes: This release fixed an issue with interactive rename of sessions not working reliably - either failing to implement a rename or renaming the wrong session - once tabs had been moved or sessions closed, due to a mixup of tab indices and session IDs in the rename code. The default skin's graphics were updated to feature the current rather than the old application icon.
Release Notes: New options to prevent the accidental closing of sessions and to disable keyboard input for sessions. The ability to reorder tabs by drag and drop. A new way to indicate which terminal in a multi-terminal session has gained focus when moving focus between terminals. An option to automatically open the window after program start. The D-Bus interface has again been expanded to allow for more and easier scripting. Various bugfixes and improvements.