Yakuake (Yet Another Kuake) is a drop-down terminal emulator based on KDE Konsole technology.

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Can't save Startup Application settings

I run Startup Application from Dash as described in this thread but my changes doesn't save. I restart Startup Application and I understand that changes that I just made are lost. I tried to run ...
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Yakuake skin removes settings menu

I recently installed yakuake, and tried different themes/skins (whatever the correct denomination). I choose one, but failed to notice that it removed the "button" to access the menu, so I can no ...
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Yakuake refusing to open

For some reason after the first time I restarted Yakuake seems to be absolutely dead... The F12 key now only seems to select and deselect my current application. I have tried reinstalling it from the ...
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Yakuake doesn't save shell setting

When I change the shell appearance opacity in yakuake it work fine but when I reboot ubuntu again opacity back to 0 and I should config it again how can I save shell setting I am using ubuntu 14.04 ...
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on top (above) windows receiving focus after yakuake, can be fixed?

1 - Open any application(1) 2 - open calculator and set it to "always on top" 3 - click on the application(*1) so it get blinking keyboard cursor focus 3 - hit key to open yakuake 4 - hit key to close ...
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Zsh fade and fire prompts don't look so smooth in yakuake as in gnome-terminal

I am using kubuntu 14.10 with yakuake and zsh installed. I like default fire/fade prompts included to the default zsh distribution. They look really nice for me, but I cannot make them look in yakuake ...
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How to install dcop?

I tried to run dcop, since my yakuake cannot be shown again in my Cinnamon, and I don't want to restart my yakuake. I found that this command can make my yakuake show again: dcop yakuake ...
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Quake-style terminal with splitting in Gnome other than Yakuake

The most common Quake-style terminal in Gnome seem to be Guake and Tilda, but they can't split to show several shells in single tab like Yakuake can. Is there any alternative which can do so?
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How to change the shorcut for Paste in Yakuake? [closed]

I installed Yakuake 2.9.8 on a Unity desktop. It works quite well, except for two issues with shortcuts. I want to use Ctrl + V to paste (because Ctrl + Shift + V is already used as a global shortcut ...