⌘ + T Open terminal
Shortcuts Pantheon Terminal
Ctrl + D Closes active tab
Ctrl + Shift + W Closes tab
Ctrl + Shift + T Opens new tab
Alt + 1...9 Jumps to first-ninth tab
Ctrl + + Increase font size
Ctrl + - Decrease font size
Ctrl + C Copy selected text
(if nothing is selected, it will terminate the current process)
Ctrl + V Paste clipboard text
Ctrl + ...
To change font in the Terminal you need dconf-editor. Install it, if you haven't done so:
sudo apt-get install dconf-tools
Run it and go to path org > gnome > desktop > interface > monospace-font-name.
Enter name of desired font and font size. For example Anonymous Pro 11.
You can also use the command in Terminal instead of the dconf-editor.
To change the font of just the terminal (pantheon-terminal), you can use the dconf-editor (requires an install) or the gsettings command. Edit the font property in the org.pantheon.terminal.settings schema. For example:
$ gsettings set org.pantheon.terminal.settings font 'FreeMono 10'
You will have to close and reopen the terminal for the changes to take ...
You can find the "upstream release" codename using the -u flag with lsb_release commands. Try it with the following command in Terminal:
lsb_release -a -u
On Freya, it gives me the following output:
No LSB modules are available.
Distributor ID: Ubuntu
Description: Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
Without the -u flag, you'll get ...
In order to turn off transparency, open a terminal session and run the following commands, depending on your version of elementary OS:
Turn off transparency in WingPanel
gsettings set org.pantheon.desktop.wingpanel use-transparency false
Turn off transparency in Terminal
gsettings set org.pantheon.terminal.settings background "rgba(37, 46, 50, ...
You can set the default terminal by changing the alternative for x-terminal-emulator. Installing gnome-terminal creates an alternative symlink so all you have to do is set it.
sudo update-alternatives --set x-terminal-emulator /usr/bin/gnome-terminal.wrapper
Edit: It seems like the shortcut implementation is not using the alternative, but rather a ...
The ability to paste clipboard contents into the terminal using the standard Ctrl + V shortcut is called "natural-copy-paste" and you can disable it in the dconf settings.
If you haven't already done so, install dconf editor using this command:
sudo apt-get install dconf-tools
Open dconf editor and navigate to org > pantheon > terminal > settings.
To open terminal press super + T
Super key = Windows key
To customize your shortcut key:
Open System settings -- > Keyboard --> Applications
Now select terminal on right side of window, then just press the shortcut key you want to assign.
If you want to assign ctrl+Alt+T
After highlighting terminal on right side of window, press ...
This is the expected behavior. If you want to open a new tab with the same location as the current tab, you can open a duplicate tab by right clicking on a tab and selecting "Duplicate".
If you'd like to permanently change the behavior so that new tabs always open with the directory of the currently focused tab, you'll need to use either dconf Editor or the ...
Although disabled by default, you can assign a keyboard shortcut to enable any window to stay on top in Gala. Simply assign your desired key combination to the Toggle always on Top option located under System Settings -> Keyboard -> Shortcuts -> Windows.
It's pretty easy, first add the fish shell repository:
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:fish-shell/release-3
Then just updated your repos:
sudo apt-get update
Now we can install it:
sudo apt-get install fish
One more command and we are done:
chsh -s /usr/bin/fish
This last command will switch your default shell to fish. To see the changes close your terminal ...
To change the transparency in Terminal you can use gsettings like this:
gsettings set org.pantheon.terminal.settings opacity 90
If you are not happy with the result, you can always change it to a different value or reset it to the default like this:
gsettings reset org.pantheon.terminal.settings opacity
To change the cursor shape, you can execute the ...
If you prefer to do things in the terminal, simply run:
gsettings set io.elementary.terminal.settings natural-copy-paste false
Before Elementary OS 5.0, it was:
gsettings set org.pantheon.terminal.settings natural-copy-paste false
The new apt tool has been in Ubuntu since 14.04. apt(8) describes it thus:
The apt command is meant to be pleasant for end users and does not need
to be backward compatible like apt-get(8).
To update your system with apt is as simple as:
sudo apt update
sudo apt full-upgrade
apt-get is functionally very similar to apt, so there is nothing ...
Ahh. I found the palette key located in dconf tools, in
Clicking Set to Default has made the colours much nicer. You can also run this command:
gsettings reset org.pantheon.terminal.settings palette
I'm not sure why this was necessary as I've never changed any of these settings before. Either way it works great now.
I have a drop-down branch for pantheon-terminal
How to compile:
sudo apt-get build-dep pantheon-terminal
bzr branch lp:~parnold-x/pantheon-terminal/drop-down
cd drop-down && mkdir build && cd build
cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX:PATH=/usr ..
sudo make install
Then you can ...
The simplest way I can think of is to write the location that you want to bookmark to the bookmarks file, for example:
echo "file:///home/user/location Place" >> ~/.config/gtk-3.0/bookmarks
Of course, replacing the location string /home/user/location with your desired location and Place with whatever you want to call the bookmark.
pantheon-terminal actually has an undocumented command line option -w with which you can specify a working directory for the new terminal.
This option also handily checks for already existing pantheon-terminal windows and opens a new tab if there is one, or a new window if there isn't.
I've written a tiny script that simply uses that option and then ...
I know this is an old thread, but the approved answer is now incorrect and this is still the top Google link for this question, so in new versions of Elementary OS, the terminal is called io.elementary.terminal
If you want to change the font color, you can use Configurator. Once you've installed the application, you go to org.pantheon.terminal.settings and change the value of foreground to any color you want. The default color in my system is #94a3a5
If you don't want to use Configurator(or dconf-editor) you an use terminal and paste this
gsettings set org....
If you already havent, install elementary-tweaks (For elementary freya):
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mpstark/elementary-tweaks-daily
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install elementary-tweaks
Then go to System Settings > Tweaks > Fonts and select the Monospace Font you want as well as its size. You can customize many other things as well from here.