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Switching over from mac os (iterm2) to elementary os. One thing I am missing so far is the iterm2 shortcut which shows / hides the same instance of the terminal. I know the super+T shortcut in eOS, but thats not what I am looking for.

How to achieve that? Do I need another terminal app for that?

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You can install Guake or Yakuake. These are the drop down terminals which will give you iterm2 like experience. To install Guake follow https://vitux.com/install-and-use-guake-a-drop-down-terminal-emulator-for-ubuntu/

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  • also Tilix has this feature, I use it a lot for work – jena Sep 26 '19 at 20:46
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You can use drop-down terminal like Tilda. It can be installed from app center.

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  • Your participation is much appreciatedđź‘Ť Let me inform you that we love informative answers with step by step guide. Please try to post detailed information, maybe add installation process. Have a nice day! – Hasan Sep 26 '19 at 18:36
  • Gotcha! Thanks for the reminder. – Nan-Hung Hsieh Sep 26 '19 at 19:53

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