Hitting Ctrl-Shift-N when an existing terminal window has focus opens a new terminal window with the same working directory as the old terminal window. How can I prevent this?
on 11/28/2012 – Made popular on 11/28/2012
When I need to open a terminal I press CTRL+ALT+T to save time. Most of the time absolutely nothing happens, I try to press same combination again, and still nothing happens. After like 5-8 tries terminal window finally appears.
Is the following I will explain possible with a key combination?
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As you can see, the terminal is the focus window (Front window) and Nautilus is in the background (Back Window). How can I grab a folder or file from Nautilus without loosing focus on the terminal (Without making the terminal go to the background and Nautilus to the front) and drop it in the terminal?.
How to run any command in another terminal window?
Example: I opened one terminal window and if I run command like apropos editor, then it run and out-puts on that window. But I want to run same command on another terminal window (new window) instead on present window from first terminal.
I have Linux Mint KDE, and I use terminator(as terminal).
I want to know how can I set the dimensions of the terminal window, so when I open my terminal it will be always with the window in the same sizes that i had set.
Anyone can help me with this?
Thanks for your atention to this request for help.