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I am asking this, because I can't seems to find question regarding this. I love gnome-terminal, because I can copy paste from/to this terminal window, and because I already set it up to use bitmap font (non anti alias), so it has the same appearance as xterm.

But in my preference, one thing missing : how can I always disable/hide tab bar when I open multiple tab? I didn't like this tab element gui. But I don't think there is a trivial option to do it.. or, is it?

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You mean you don't want tabs all-together or you don't want to see the tab GUI? – i08in Feb 20 '14 at 20:36
    
Thanks for replying (it's been a while..), all-together. But, actually now I am using KDE Konsole instead of Gnome-Terminal. The reason is because I can completely hide the tab, and easily switch to other tab using SHIFT+arrow. I still don't know how to hide the tab in gnome-terminal though ;) – swdev Feb 22 '14 at 0:54
    
Another one that allows this option is guake, sudo apt-get install guake. Additionally, guake is a "drop-down" terminal that hides with a user set hot-key so it is very convenient. – mchid Jan 25 at 3:39
    
hm, thank you for this. A years ago thread, and now I am working in OSX. Because of this, I am trying this for another console flavour :) github.com/Swordfish90/cool-retro-term – swdev Jan 26 at 12:09

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