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.term where is it?
Authored by: Morwen on Jun 12, '01 09:14:16PM

Okay, I was excited to find your tip, cause I open 3-4 ssh and telnet sessions every day at work. Unfortunately I don't seem to have a .term file that I can find. I've changed the Terminal prefs and saved, its not making a .term file. Its saving the prefs in Library/Preferences/com.apple.Terminal.plist but there isn't any <key> like you mentioned in that file either. :(



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.term where is it?
Authored by: robg on Jun 12, '01 09:20:20PM

You have to create it -- set up the terminal the way you want, then File -> Save and name it something. You now have a ".term" file.

-rob.



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.term where is it?
Authored by: Morwen on Jun 15, '01 11:02:56PM

Duh, that was pretty obvious for me to miss, thanks. heh

Okay, been there, done that. Shell/Open will launch my new custom .term files, however, they don't show up in Shell/Library menu. Nothing does. Tried copying them from my home Library to the root library and owning them to root even. Still nothing. Are they supposed to show up there?



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.term where is it?
Authored by: jrmckee on Sep 10, '01 05:44:05PM

Create the directory ~/Library/Terminal, then save all your .term files there. They will now show up in Shell>Library



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