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  2. Alacritty is a blazing fast, GPU accelerated terminal emulator.

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  4. tmux is a terminal multiplexer: it enables a number of terminals (or windows), each running a...

  5. sakura is a terminal emulator based on GTK and libvte

  6. Free Windows structural civil engineering software 2D/3D

  7. Powerful Finite Element Analysis package for 2D and 3D constructions (frames and trusses)

  8. Interactive structural analysis program that provides preprocessing, analysis, and postprocessing...

  9. Free software for static and dynamic analysis of 3D moment-resisting elastic frames and trusses.

  10. SourceForge presents the FEMTA project. FEMTA is an open source application.

  11. 5. 1 Transparency not working after upgrade to v9. 09; 5. 2 Remote hosts; 5. 3 Using rxvt-unicode as gmrun terminal; 5.

  12. SourceForge presents the Estru3D project. Estru3D is an open source application.

  13. Tilda is a GTK+ terminal emulator.

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