Questions about: gnome-terminal

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I want to create and run a bash function that: cd into a project's directory Open a new tab in Terminal in the same directory Open my dev tools and start dev services Item #2 doesn't work as expected, the new tab doesn't change directory. Here is the
by Raffael Last Updated January 20, 2018 04:02 AM Alt+Tab lets me only switch between windows belonging to different applications. I often use about four terminal bound applications at the same time (e. g
find is usually a better option for complicated searches than using name globbing. find . -mindepth 1 -maxdepth 1 -name '
Most of the terminals seem to use copy on select and middle-button to paste selection, or emulated middle-button to paste (using both mouse buttons at once). This is typical Unix behavior, and the emulation is the updated usage required by Microsoft-
Copy text by highlighting it with your mouse. Usually you can use Ctl+C or right click the selection select "copy" from the popup menu as well. Paste text by clicking your middle mouse button
Save and Restore your Terminal tabsBy Wyldeplayground | June 1, 2017 | Category gnome, gnome-terminal, Ubuntu Author:Francesco Marchioni I have a large list of tabs which are open in each terminal. I’d need to save them with a meaningful name and res
Dan from Seaside, CA wrote in with this question:Q: I have recently installed Fedora 17 and use gnome terminal for everything. I tried to hide the menubar but everytime I open a new terminal window it is back. How can I remove the menubar for the def
This is not just gnome terminal, but pretty much all gnome windows: When you hold the "alt" key, you can press the first letter of one of the menu items. This will let you scroll that menu without clicking on it directly. This is okay on any other wi