To keep the overview I like to place multiple commands always in the same order and start them automatically together (gradle, git, database, scala-REPL, jboss…)
I’m asking this question while using xfce4-terminal, but I’m interested in a general solution: is there a way to stop a terminal emulator announcing mouse support in consoles? I need mouse-select and copy-paste much more frequent that I need mouse support in vim or wherever.
Hello I can’t find the option to reassign shortcuts in
xfce4-terminal 0.6.3. I’d like to reassign ctrl+c to copy, ctrl+v to paste and ctrl+shift+c to kill process. I know I can do that easily under gnome-terminal but since I’m using xfce I would like to avoid installing all the dependencies for gnome-terminal. Any idea on how to achieve that ?
Is there a way to disable scrolling through command history for the Xfce terminal? I don’t wish to rely on palm rejection, I’d just like it disabled when I’m using the terminal. Specifically I’m talking about not cycling through previous commands at the prompt when scrolling with mouse/touchpad.