Ticket #409 (closed enhancement: wontfix)
Gnome extension for interacting with Guake
|Reported by:||daroczig||Owned by:||somebody|
I was thinking about it would be neat if on the top (main) bar there would be an icon, which could hold different commands to alter the running Guake terminal.
E.g.: I could list some servers in it, and clicking on the icon would show me that list, clicking on an item would make a new tab in Guake, change the name to the given server at last ssh to that server and open up that tab.
That could be used to any other issues also: to open up a terminal in home folder (or e.g. at /var/log), to close all tabs except for one etc.
PS.: I know I could solve this easily with bash scripts and custom /etc/hosts cases (what I am doing right now), but sometimes it would just more comfortable to click on a server than thinking about the name...