guake

guake

TLDR

Toggle Guake visibility

$ F12
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Toggle fullscreen mode

$ F11
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Open a new tab

$ Ctrl+Shift+T
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Close the terminal

$ Super+X
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Go to the previous tab

$ Ctrl+PageUp
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Search the selected text in the browser

$ Shift+Ctrl+L
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SYNOPSIS

guake [-h, --help] [-p, --preferences] [-a, --about] [-q, --quit] [-f, --fullscreen] [-t, --toggle-visiblity] [--show] [--hide] [-s, --select-tab] [-g, --selected-tab] [-e, --execute-command] [-t, --tab-index] [--bgcolor] [--fgcolor] [-r, --rename-current-tab]

DESCRIPTION

Guake is a drop-down terminal for GNOME and any other desktop. It aims to provide a quick-access terminal, that show/hide on screen with a simple key pressing.

OPTIONS

-h, --help Show summary of options.

-t, --toggle-visibility

Toggle the visibility of guake

--show

Display the main window

--hide

Hide the main window

-p, --preferences

Shows the preferences window of guake

-a, --about

Shows the about window of guake

-n, --new-tab

Create a new tab in Guake

-s, --select-tab

Select a tab given its 0-based index

-g, --selected-tab

Return the index of the current tab

-e, --execute-command

Execute a command in the selected tab

-i, --tab-index

Specify which tab to rename. Default is 0.

--bgcolor

Set the hexadecimal (#rrggbb) background color of the selected tab.

--fgcolor

Set the hexadecimal (#rrggbb) foreground color of the selected tab

--rename-tab

Rename the specified tab. Reset to default if TITLE is a single dash "-".

-r, --rename-current-tab

Rename the current tab. Reset to default if TITLE is a single dash "-".

-q, --quit

Closes the current running guake

AUTHOR

guake was originally written by <gabriel@guake-terminal.org>

This manual page was written by Gabriel Falcao Goncalves de Moura <gabriel@guake-terminal.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).

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