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iTerminal functions as a graphical layer over terminal.app to ease the user's tasks. Normally, anything you'd want to do with the terminal requires typing every command and only text as visual feedback. iTerminal helps to give you a better idea of what you're doing and what you want to do by adding a graphical interface to the terminal. It accomplishes this by displaying a folder hierarchy of the folders on your hard drive from which you can navigate to and execute your commands in. It also shows a list of recently used commands so that you can see exactly which command you wish to bring back up to either edit or execute.

What's New

Version 1.1:
  • Now imports user's .bash_profile and .profile; in that order
  • Scripts are now capable of handling bash/perl/ksh/csh/etc. shell scripting
  • Fixed time expiration bug that shortened time period on some systems

Requirements

Mac OS X 10.3 or later

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It does not start under OS 10.4.6, it crashes on starting the app.

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Version 1.1
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Anonymous
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This concept has potential. I was actually searching for a Finder replacement when I found it. Not exactly what I was expecting to find, but still cool. Some comments:

- Better tree view, with file details and icons.

- More customization! Fonts, etc.

- Why don't my cmd-line utilities work properly (vim) ?

I would personally love to get away from the pointy-clicky Finder and have the command-line always there at my fingertips. Maybe this app can make it happen in future versions?

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Version 1.1
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Anonymous
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Best app ever. I used to not have gui for terminal. I used to have CLI, but now i like don't! This application es muy bueno. Now I can mv a file with Interfac3 and be l33t like UGMPT! Does exactly what it should... Turn the l33tness of teh terminale into a GUI CASA! I SELL ORANJES WITH iTERMINAL!

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Version 1.1
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Anonymous
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LMAO I can't even decide if this is a real review or not.

As good a reason as any why this thing is an abomination.

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Anonymous
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I agree with most others that the name is just too close to the "really good" iTerm. Consder changing the name and drop the price to free?

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Version 1.0.1
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Anonymous
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I don't mean to be rude, but... what in the world is the point of this software? And what is making me pay $5 for it. Its not worth $5 to go through the trouble of getting my card out of my wallet.

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Version 1.0
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Anonymous
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Interesting - thank you for sharing your view with us.
Now, time for the rest of the world to move on.

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Anonymous
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Scary part of this is that the person spent $5 in his/her time writing the comment.

Amazing how people can whine about everything. Too much, too little, too fat, too thin. Get a life and move on.

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Anonymous
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what's scariest is someone spent many hours of their time writing a fake terminal program with an outline view stuck onto the side and a text field for input.

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Anonymous
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To the folks who don't think it's worthwhile or who don't want to pay for it:

I 'm fascinated by being able to use Terminal and anything that helps in even a small way
is a Godsend for me.

What I would like is a more detailed idea of what it actually can do. If that helps me, $5
is surely worth it.

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Anonymous
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http://www.mcsr.olemiss.edu/unixhelp/

If you want to learn unix, learn it and don't rely on crutches.

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Anonymous
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This app shows promise.

Two things though annoy me - the name. It is TOO close to the excellent Terminal replacement, called iTerm. The archive is indeed called iTerm. I found that confusing.

Even a joke - in a Terminal app is not amusing. For a minute I thought that useless little script was deleting items. Not a place for a joke!

I'd change the name and edit the joke out of that sample script.

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Version 0.99
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Anonymous
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Learn to take a joke.

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Anonymous
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Um, no, he's right. That's not funny.

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Anonymous
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Yeah, I agree, you dont joke about scripts deleting things. Really not cool. :-(

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Anonymous
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Maybe for free I'd use it, but as it is it's just Fleeceware.

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Version 0.99
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Anonymous
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Like five dollars is going to kill you. Sheesh, so many people now days squeak when they walk. If you are going to go around squeaking all of the time, at least shove a piece of coal up your backside and make a diamond or two.

Oh, by the way, if you really want to complain that something that is so inexpensive is overpriced and the person is not justified in making living as you do, then you give away your services for free. Then, you can whine about a price.

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Anonymous
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It's not only overpriced, it's entirely unnecessary. You already have a much better terminal in /Applications/Utilities. You can drag folders into it from Finder. Why would someone want to use this?

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Anonymous
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You think he's going to make a living off a few $5 contributions? Yeah right. Even if there's one registration every working hour of the week, he's only going to make the atrocious US minimum wage, which is *not* what anyone in a civilised country recognises as anything remotely approaching a decent living wage.

So he might as well give it away, stick it on his resume, and send it off to Microsoft, where they love feature bloat.

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Details

Downloads 13,823
Version Downloads 10,086
Type Utilities / System
License Free
Date 21 Feb 2005
Platform OS X / PPC 32
Price Free