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apps:terminal:usage [2012/12/28 13:47]
nick [Search in the Terminal Contents]
apps:terminal:usage [2016/10/19 14:44] (current)
f2404 [To work with the contents of terminal windows]
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 ? To open a new terminal window ? To open a new terminal window
 ! Choose {gui>​File>​Open Terminal} (or right-click the terminal window and choose {gui>​Open Terminal}). ! Choose {gui>​File>​Open Terminal} (or right-click the terminal window and choose {gui>​Open Terminal}).
-! The new terminal inherits the working directory from its parent terminal.+! The new terminal ​by default ​inherits the working directory from its parent terminal ​(may be changed via [[advanced|hidden options]]).
  
 ? To close a terminal window ? To close a terminal window
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 ? To add a new tabbed terminal to a window ? To add a new tabbed terminal to a window
 ! Choose {gui>​File>​Open Tab} (or right-click the terminal window and choose {gui>​Open Tab}). ! Choose {gui>​File>​Open Tab} (or right-click the terminal window and choose {gui>​Open Tab}).
-The new terminal inherits the working directory from the previously active terminal.+The new terminal ​by default ​inherits the working directory from the previously active terminal.
  
 ===== To modify a terminal window ===== ===== To modify a terminal window =====
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 ! Choose {gui>​View>​Show Menubar} (or right-click the terminal window and choose {gui>​Show Menubar}). ! Choose {gui>​View>​Show Menubar} (or right-click the terminal window and choose {gui>​Show Menubar}).
  
-? To show a hidden ​menuba+? To show a hidden ​menubar
 ! Right-click the terminal window and choose {gui>​Show Menubar} from the popup menu. ! Right-click the terminal window and choose {gui>​Show Menubar} from the popup menu.
  
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 ! Choose {gui>​View>​Show Window Borders}. ! Choose {gui>​View>​Show Window Borders}.
  
-? To put a terminal window into fullscreen+? To put a terminal window into fullscreen ​mode
 ! Choose {gui>​View>​Fullscreen} from the menubar (or right-click the terminal window and choose {gui>​Fullscreen}). ! Choose {gui>​View>​Fullscreen} from the menubar (or right-click the terminal window and choose {gui>​Fullscreen}).
  
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 ! Perform one of the following actions ! Perform one of the following actions
   * Use the scrollbar, which is usually displayed on the right side of each terminal window.   * Use the scrollbar, which is usually displayed on the right side of each terminal window.
-  * Press the {key>​Shift+Page Up}, {key>​Shift+Page Down}, {key>​Shift+Up},​ {key>​Shift+Down},​ {key>​Shift+Home},​ or Shift+End} keys.+  * Press the {key>​Shift+Page Up}, {key>​Shift+Page Down}, {key>​Shift+Up} ​({key>​Ctrl+Shift+Up} in 0.8.0), {key>​Shift+Down} ​({key>​Ctrl+Shift+Down} in 0.8.0), {key>​Shift+Home},​ or {key>Shift+End} keys.
   * Use the middle wheel button on your mouse if applicable.   * Use the middle wheel button on your mouse if applicable.
 ! Terminal mimics the FreeBSD console when Scroll Lock is pressed. When scroll lock is active, ordinary input and output from the shell is suspended and you can scroll through the history with {key>​Shift+Page Up} and {key>​Shift+Page Down} or using the optional scrollbar. Press {key>​Ctrl+S} to activate the scroll lock and {key>​Ctrl+Q} to disable it afterwards. ! Terminal mimics the FreeBSD console when Scroll Lock is pressed. When scroll lock is active, ordinary input and output from the shell is suspended and you can scroll through the history with {key>​Shift+Page Up} and {key>​Shift+Page Down} or using the optional scrollbar. Press {key>​Ctrl+S} to activate the scroll lock and {key>​Ctrl+Q} to disable it afterwards.
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   * Move the mouse over the URL until the URL is underlined.   * Move the mouse over the URL until the URL is underlined.
   * Right-click on the URL to open the context menu.   * Right-click on the URL to open the context menu.
-  * Choose {gui>​Open Link} from the context menu to start your preferred Web Browser and display the file located at the URL.+  * Choose {gui>​Open Link} from the context menu to start your preferred Web Browser and display the file located at the URL. Since 0.8.0, you can also use {key>​Ctrl}-click for that.
  
 ? To compose an email ? To compose an email