Enlightenment now has a new update of its terminal emulator available Terminology. This is version 1.9 of this fantastic emulator that is sure to be liked by many system administrators who are not content with the terminal without further ado. In addition, this new version contains some surprises that perhaps you did not know, and some of them will positively surprise you.
As you know, Terminology terminal emulator works on GNU / Linux (and other * nix) systems, and version 1.9 has arrived 6 months later to 1.8. A few months of intense development in which its creators have been working on some improvements and news. Among them are has improved work on Debian systems and other distributions based on it. So now it will work better with these distros ...
In addition to that work to improve performance on Debian distros, the function to search for fonts has also been added in the fonts panel in case you are not satisfied with the default font. Likewise, it includes new color schemes, including Belafonte Day, Belafonte Night, Cobalt2, Dracula, Fahrenheit, Material, One Dark, PaleNight, Soft Era, Tango Dark, Tango Light, and Tomorrow Night Burns.
Attention has been paid to make life easier for users for changing colors, as well as adding support for OSC 12 to change the cursor color, select TERM parameters by default, and other improvements such as support for JPG and PNG thumbnails with tyls.
Its English support was pretty good, but if English is not your native language, then now you can put Terminology in other languages like Chinese (simplified), Japanese, Norwegian, Russian, and Ukrainian. Also available in other tongues, with updates for Spanish, Italian, French, German, Danish, Croatian and Catalan.