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Terminal windows can only be expanded based on the width/height of a single character in the font that is used. You might be able to experiment and find a size that is easy to read while allowing the window to resize perfectly.
I have a solution for you, it's elegant and simple and free: google and download: go to global tab then.. then to 'others' menu point then to then select as in picture as you can see I use the Command + Q, shortcut command, then... should look like this done you close this app and u done. now try it! by double-clicking any app title ...
I just followed http://cordlessdog.com/stay/, works great for me, with a little lag though
Found it, just leaving this here to make it easier for others to find answers via google. See: Assign Application Windows to Different Spaces/Desktops Is there a way to hide certain apps from the cmd+tab menu? Specifically, the one thing you need to care about is CFBundleIdentifier in the app's Contents/Info.plist file. Here is a part from a script that ...
The window should remember its last position. But will change it's size to fit the size you have in the preferences. You can see the current size of yours is the default. 80x24 You can change that in the Profile>Window Tab. (on your default profile) Window Size
One way to do it is Set your window how you would like it, Go to Window > Save Windows as Group... Enter a name next to Save As: Check "Use window group when Terminal starts" Click Save However, after you have launched Terminal, if you chose Terminal > New Window you will still have to resize the window. This is most useful if you want to have ...
I have only one solution that may not work for you, but instead of closing the app, try to press Command + Q, you probably already know this but its all I know. It quits the app instead of just keeping it in the background.
What you're looking for is the option to "float" apps. Before I give my answer, I should say that you need to do a bit of Google on "How to keep apps on top on mac" With this, I found that this was already mentioned before in superuser.com If you are too lazy or have slow internet, the answer mentioned was Afloat, since Afloat is open source, install ...
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