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Reminds me of terminator. I love it because I can have multiple terminals within one window.
Yeah, terminator comes handy sometimes. I mean the splitting bit can be done through 'screen' or in any tiling window manager (3 instances of a terminal). What's really cool about terminator is that you can type stuff in one window and it'll automatically mirror your commands in others. That way I did some post-installation interactive tasks/commands on 3 systems (via ssh) in terminator typing in one window and all the commands were sent to the three systems at the same time.
On my laptop, I'm runing Fedora, using XFCE. I heavily modified it to closely resemble Gnome 2, and it came out really good. Other than that, nice desktop
I've done it before. With places plugin and another menu plugin, edited menu xml file and split settings to separate file and connected second menu to that menu file. It had three menus like in Gnome. But, I lost those settings while upgrading to Xfce 4.8. This is also pretty much "Gnome-y", but not as much.