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Okay, so I just got a new Imac. Which means I am pretty fresh off the boat as far as Mac is concerned. I am a heavy Ubuntu user and use guake terminal pretty heavily. From my basic research guake package is not available on mac. So I am using ITerm2 and modified it to behave like Guake using the tip here. Check it out. It's pretty neat!
Guake may not open in floating mode with some window managers. This can be resolved by using Guake's window class string (\"guake\" or \"Guake\" per xprop WM_CLASS). For example, see \"WM_CLASS\" in i3#Correct handling of floating dialogs for i3.
I recently installed and started using guake terminal. I really enjoy the way it keeps terminal sessions active after closing the window, however whenever I reboot I have to rerun some of the tabs that I usually keep alive for programs such as irssi.
When I moved into OS X I searched for a good terminal replacement, one that supported 256 colors with good emulation, and also with the ability to split panes like terminator, and I found iTerm2 a wonderful terminal application that has everything, after setting my profile to work with my vim color scheme, and putting all my stuff from .bashrc I wanted to have a guake like terminal to run commands quickly, and I found the hotkey function so this is how I set it up to work like guake. 1e1e36bf2d