Due to the way Terminal clears the screen with the Ctrl + L shortcut, I'm unfortunately finding myself using other terminals for most things.
I work with logs a lot, and need to be able to quickly Ctrl + Shift + A to Select All and copy text into some other app. If I can clear the buffer, I can easily get the text I need without all the unrelated history.
Unfortunately as Terminal leaves the buffer in place when using Ctrl + L, Select All contains the entire session's history, not just the recent logs. This is a big deal with you're trying to view the last 500 lines of a command line session that has 10k lines.
I understand that Ctrl + L is just clear screen, and so also clearing the buffer might be something entirely different, but the lack of this is slowing me down. Thanks for your great work!