With the new state saving features (which I want to keep), the dock notifications are more aggrivating to me in Lion. Can I suppress the bounce and/or the notification badge functions?
While I like the new restore feature in Terminal.app that re-opens the tabs and shows the last 500 or so lines in the history, I absolutely hate that the Terminal.app now is so much more communicative and intrusive as before.
If I have a command like
tailing a log file in the terminal, it constantly keeps telling me when there are new entries, which turns out to be pretty annoying.
Not only does the Terminal.app's icon jump in the Dock, it also has this nice little red badge telling me how many tabs have updates for me. Fortunately this only happens when the Terminal.app's window is hidden behind others, but nevertheless it's pretty annoying.
I looked through the Settings and can't find an option to disable this. Are there any hidden settings I could switch on/off there?
sleep 3; printf '\a'in a terminal shell and then switch to another tab, terminal window or application.