On Friday, 22 July 2016 at 13:54:41 UTC, Gerald wrote:
I've pushed out the latest stable version of Terminix, a tiling terminal emulator for Linux written in D using GtkD. The following new features have been added:

Design changes as per discussion in #372
Support for background images
Limited support for automatic profile switching
Globally disable shortcuts
Copy on select preference
Support for a Visual Bell
Numerous bug fixes

More information is available at https://github.com/gnunn1/terminix.

I'm always looking for contributors, so if anyone is interested in lending a hand feel free to join the party.

Nice! I will test it on our Ubuntu 14.04 + XFCE4 thin client environment.

On my personal wish list is the feature to mix mouse and terminal interaction: With some programs hyperlinks are detected an can be opened with mouse click.

It would be very cool, to allow the detection of ls command and offering mouse support for opening files or cd / changing directories.

I am using always lt as alias for ls -lrt, to see the last modified files, than just clicking on the file to get an open dialogue would be very cool.

In the moment I am using a small script: openlast [command], to open the last modified file with command or if omitted with gnome-open, but this does not work if you want to open an other file than the last one. And it ends up again with typing the program name or copying with the mouse.

Regards mt.

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