Can I do this?
OMG, I looked for hours, and every article I find tells me how to colorize the output of
ls. Or colorize my prompt. I really really really don't want that.
I want to colorize the text. The default text in the terminal window.
I know I can do this from Terminal Preferences. But that applies to EVERY terminal window that's open, which I don't want.
As the subject says, I'd like to have three different terminal windows with three different default colors for text in them. How can I do that?
In Windows cmd.exe, I could run a command from the prompt:
color 0xA 0xG (something like that) and it would re-colorize the basic text and background. rather that pointy-clicky inspector themes menus and all that... can I do something like this from the MacOS Terminal prompt?