If you like the customization of the different Linux distributions, surely you know Tilix, one of the most popular emulators available for Linux. It is such a good application that many think it should be included in the base GNOME applications. Today we have an update available and we will tell you about it.
Tilix is a tabbed terminal emulator using the VTE GTK + 3 library, so it can display more than one window at a time. It also has many other features that cannot be found in any other alternative, not even in the native GNOME terminal.
Among these characteristics is the ability to drag panels to reorder them, code synchronization between open terminals, custom terminal name and the famous “Quake” mode.
What's new in Tilix 1.8.7
To be your new update after six months, Tilix 1.8.7 brings a large number of new features features including updating the application icon, the ability to assign shortcuts to profiles, a new compact menu, the ability to view terminal status in the title, and more.
On the other hand we have many fixes such as the problem with the memory overflow caused by the sidebar, color problems with the Solarized theme, problems with the paste dialog when the command had too many letters, among others.
To install this update from scratch you only need to download the file from this link on GitHub and run the following codes:
cd / Downloads sudo unzip tilix.zip -d / sudo glib-compile-schemas /usr/share/glib-2.0/schemas
These commands will do all the work for you and you can start the application as normal.