Mac OS X's Terminal application.
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Lovely terminal application. Check out Blurminal if you want to make it even prettier. I'd love to see Chrome-style tabs, see e.g. http://johnwickerson.wordpress.com/2011/02/12/chrome-style-tabs-for/
does anyone know if there's a way of automatically opening directories when the app stars?
Is an excellent terminal emulator. Can be customized to great extent with the use of Blurminal(http://osx.iusethis.com/app/blurminal) and TerminalColors(http://ciaranwal.sh/2007/11/01/customising-colours-in-leopard-terminal).
switched back from <a href=http://osx.iusethis.com/app/iterm>iTerm</a> as of Leopard.. thanks Apple!
Leopard's Terminal lacks 256 color support and makes certain key combinations difficult or impossible, but is otherwise superior to every other option.
Terminal 2.0 is my #1 reason to get leopard. I can't find a better term app on any other platform (linux included).
I love this app...can do anything with it!!
If you love Terminal, <a href="http://osx.iusethis.com/app/visor">Visor</a> adds the ability to have it always near but hidden. So wicked.
This app is really totally amazing. Colour scheme customisation, emulation, drag and drop, infinite buffer, unicode... With Terminal you have it all.
It's a nice terminal, really. Look once upon the hideousness that is Window's Command Prompt, and you'll see what I mean.
GO UNIX! W00t.
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