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NAME

       Terminator - Multiple GNOME terminals in one window

SYNOPSIS

       terminator [options]

DESCRIPTION

       This manual page documents Terminator, a terminal emulator application.

       Terminator  is  a  program  that  allows  users  to  set  up   flexible
       arrangements  of  GNOME  terminals.  It  is aimed at those who normally
       arrange lots of terminals near each other, but  don’t  want  to  use  a
       frame based window manager.

OPTIONS

       This  program  follow  the  usual  GNU  command  line syntax, with long
       options starting with two  dashes  (‘-’).   A  summary  of  options  is
       included below.

       -h, --help
              Show summary of options

       -v, --version
              Show the version of the Terminator installation

       -m, --maximise
              Start with a maximised window

       -f, --fullscreen
              Start with a fullscreen window

       -b, --borderless
              Instruct  the window manager not to render borders/decoration on
              the Terminator window (this works well with -m)

       -H, --hidden
              Hide the Terminator window by default.  Its  visibility  can  be
              toggled with the hide_window keyboard shortcut (Ctrl-Shift-Alt-a
              by default)

       -T, --title
              Force the Terminator window to use a specific name  rather  than
              updating  it dynamically based on the wishes of the child shell.

       --geometry=GEOMETRY
              Specifies  the  preferred  size  and  position  of  Terminator’s
              window; see X(7).

       -e, --command=COMMAND
              Runs  the  specified  command  instead  of your default shell or
              profile specified command

       -x, --execute COMMAND [ARGS]
              Runs the rest of the command line instead of your default  shell
              or profile specified command.

       --working-directory=DIR
              Set the terminal’s working directory

       -r, --role=ROLE
              Set a custom WM_WINDOW_ROLE property on the window

       -l, --layout=LAYOUT
              Start  Terminator  with  a specific layout. The argument here is
              the name of a saved layout.

       -d, --debug
              Enable debugging output (please use this when  reporting  bugs).
              This  can  be  specified  twice  to  enable  a  built-in  python
              debugging server.

       --debug-classes=DEBUG_CLASSES
              If this is specified as a comma separated list, debugging output
              will only be printed from the specified classes.

       --debug-methods=DEBUG_METHODS
              If  this is specified as a comma separated list, debugging outut
              will only be printed from the specified functions.  If  this  is
              specified  in addition to --debug-classes, only the intersection
              of the two lists will be displayed

       KEYBINDINGS
              The following keybindings can be used to control Terminator:

       Ctrl+Shift+O
              Split terminals Horizontally.

       Ctrl+Shift+E
              Split terminals Vertically.

       Ctrl+Shift+Right
              Move parent dragbar Right.

       Ctrl+Shift+Left
              Move parent dragbar Left.

       Ctrl+Shift+Up
              Move parent dragbar Up.

       Ctrl+Shift+Down
              Move parent dragbar Down.

       Ctrl+Shift+S
              Hide/Show Scrollbar.

       Ctrl+Shift+F
              Search within terminal scrollback

       Ctrl+Shift+N or Ctrl+Tab
              Move to next terminal within the same tab, use Ctrl+PageDown  to
              move  to the next tab.  If cycle_term_tab is False, cycle within
              the same tab will be disabled

       Ctrl+Shift+P or Ctrl+Shift+Tab
              Move to previous terminal within the same tab,  use  Ctrl+PageUp
              to  move to the previous tab.  If cycle_term_tab is False, cycle
              within the same tab will be disabled

       Alt+Up Move to the terminal above the current one.

       Alt+Down
              Move to the terminal below the current one.

       Alt+Left
              Move to the terminal left of the current one.

       Alt+Right
              Move to the terminal right of the current one.

       Ctrl+Shift+C
              Copy selected text to clipboard

       Ctrl+Shift+V
              Paste clipboard text

       Ctrl+Shift+W
              Close the current terminal.

       Ctrl+Shift+Q
              Quits Terminator

       Ctrl+Shift+X
              Toggle between  showing  all  terminals  and  only  showing  the
              current one (maximise).

       Ctrl+Shift+Z
              Toggle  between  showing all terminals and only showing a scaled
              version of the current one (zoom).

       Ctrl+Shift+T
              Open new tab

       Ctrl+PageDown
              Move to next Tab

       Ctrl+PageUp
              Move to previous Tab

       Ctrl+Shift+PageDown
              Swap tab position with next Tab

       Ctrl+Shift+PageUp
              Swap tab position with previous Tab

       Ctrl+Plus (+)
              Increase font size. Note: this may require you to  press  shift,
              depending on your keyboard

       Ctrl+Minus (-)
              Decrease  font  size. Note: this may require you to press shift,
              depending on your keyboard

       Ctrl+Zero (0)
              Restore font size to original setting.

       F11    Toggle fullscreen

       Ctrl+Shift+R
              Reset terminal state

       Ctrl+Shift+G
              Reset terminal state and clear window

       Super+g
              Group all terminals so that any input sent to one of them,  goes
              to all of them.

       Super+Shift+G
              Remove grouping from all terminals.

       Super+t
              Group  all  terminals in the current tab so input sent to one of
              them, goes to all terminals in the current tab.

       Super+Shift+T
              Remove grouping from all terminals in the current tab.

       Ctrl+Shift+I
              Open a new window  (note:  unlike  in  previous  releases,  this
              window is part of the same Terminator process)

       Super+i
              Spawn a new Terminator process

       Drag and Drop
              The  layout  can  be  modified by moving terminals with Drag and
              Drop.  To start dragging a  terminal,  click  and  hold  on  its
              titlebar.   Alternatively,  hold  down  Ctrl, click and hold the
              right mouse button.  Then, **Release Ctrl**. You  can  now  drag
              the terminal to the point in the layout you would like it to be.
              The  zone  where  the  terminal  would  be  inserted   will   be
              highlighted.

SEE ALSO

       terminator_config(5)

AUTHOR

       Terminator was written by Chris Jones <cmsj@tenshu.net> and others.

       This  manual  page  was  written  by  Chris Jones <cmsj@tenshu.net> and
       others.

                                  Jan 5, 2008                    TERMINATOR(1)