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I am using Atom editor on ubuntu 14.04 LTS 64 bit and I installed terminal-plus package. I can create a new terminal but I cannot write into it as you see in the screenshot below

PS: I don't know if it's related to this error: Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'focus' of null which I have.

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    The terminal-plus package hasn't been updated for a while though. I suspect this is a bug with the package and is probably not related to Ubuntu. – edwinksl Aug 13 '16 at 2:50
  • I used to use it but not anymore. AFAIK, there are similar packages that are still updated, so you should do a search. – edwinksl Aug 16 '16 at 17:14
  • I have developed an Atom package that serves as a maintained substitute for terminal-plus: terminal-fusion. It has a few extra themes and features. – Josh Pinto Sep 16 '16 at 12:39
  • Link to a possible fix: github.com/jeremyramin/terminal-plus/issues/… Basically; a dependency a few packages deep is outdated. – MarcusWasTaken Sep 30 '16 at 22:47
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    This package has issue while installing. I was unable to make it work and ended up switching to "platformio-ide-terminal" it can be customized too – Pini Cheyni Oct 14 '16 at 10:22
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The terminal-plus package is unmaintained with its last update being in November 2015. So I would like to advise that you switch to my Atom package (please note, that this package is only compatible with Linux platforms, if you want a terminal package to use on your non-Linux machines please use platformio-ide-terminal instead!), terminal-fusion. To install it merely run:

$ apm install terminal-fusion --no-confirm

where $ denotes a user console (so do not run this command as root!). I would advise that you uninstall terminal-plus first via running:

$ apm remove terminal-plus --no-confirm

If you would like to show your appreciation for my package, please star it with apm, by running:

$ apm star terminal-fusion

or star it on GitHub by logging into GitHub and clicking "Star" at the URL https://github.com/fusion809/terminal-fusion.

EDIT: This answer is now out-of-date I'm afraid as terminal-fusion is no longer maintained so please use platformio-ide-terminal instead. To install it run:

$ apm install platformio-ide-terminal --no-confirm

where is $ is the user console. To star it and thereby show your appreciation to its author (which isn't me, but they still deserve your appreciation) run:

$ apm star platformio-ide-terminal
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    Please consider accepting and potentially upvoting this answer if you like it. – Josh Pinto Nov 1 '16 at 20:58
  • Thank you Brenton. Started using platformio-ide-terminal on my Mac! (: – Anirudh M Dec 6 '16 at 13:44

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