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Is there any difference between those programs? Are they just ordinary consoles that always run and called by single keystroke?

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They are definitely similar in top-down functionality, although there are some distinct differences.

  • Yakuake runs as a component on KDE
  • Tilda runs on Gnome
  • Function keys are assigned differently
  • Yakauke allows you to adjust width/tabs
  • Tilda does not have as many options
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