Terminal with many shells running inside on terminal

Since Build 100 is the package pkg:/SUNWterminator@0.5.11-0.100 in the
IPS repository available.
It allows to start multiple shells in one terminal which are visible at the
same time.
gnome-terminal allows also multiple shells, but in different tabs:

To set the title of each one you see the function in the .bashrc in my case
The title is dynamically updated.
This code is from here and here are some shortcuts described.

Ctrl-Shift-E: will split the view vertically.

Ctrl-Shift-O: will split the view horizontally.

Ctrl-Shift-P: will focus be active on the previous view.

Ctrl-Shift-N: will focus be active on the next view.

Ctrl-Shift-W: will close the view where the focus is on.

Ctrl-Shift-Q: will exit terminator.

F11: will make terminator go fullscreen.

The code for the bash-functions:
# set the window title
setWindowTitle() {
echo -ne "\e]2;$*\a"

updateWindowTitle() {
setWindowTitle "${USER%%.*}@${HOSTNAME%%.*}:/${PWD}"