Until I discovered tdrop I didn't really see what someone might want to use a scratchpad or dropdown terminal but I sort of get it now, they can actually be really useful if you don't want to disturb the window you're currently on. Obviously you don't need it but it's still kind of cool and tdrop will help you turn any terminal with any window manager into a scratchpad.
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