How can I make it so Terminal will remember the currently open windows on Quit, and reopen those windows, with all the existing text intact?
I have two machines:
Both on El Cap
Both with identical Terminal preferences, including:
- Profiles > Window > Restore text when reopening windows [checked]
- Profiles > Shell > When the shell exits [Don't close the window]
Both with identical .bash_profiles (just for LSCOLORS)
On the first machine, Terminal reopens windows exactly as I left them before Quit.
On the second machine, Terminal always starts with an empty bash window. I can still press up to get previous commands. (And the scrollbar is different on the second machine, FWIW).
I can't figure out what's responsible for the (desired) behavior on the first machine, so I haven't been able to port it to the second machine. Any suggestions?