Stjerm is a roll-down, quake-like terminal emulator. It's window is shown with a key shortcut.
Stjerm is a roll-down, quake-like terminal emulator. It's window is shown with a key shortcut. Stjerm is very minimalistic and works well with Compiz window manager. More Info »
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"A Quake-like Console Emulator." Proudly under the MIT License.
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