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Questions about the Terminal application or its terminal emulation should use this tag. Use **command-line** for questions about shells or command-line programs that do not specifically involve Terminal.

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I have built a solution myself and it doesn't require abandoning Terminal.app in favour of iTerm 2. It is a simple status bar app that runs in the background and rewrites all left Alt + $KEY key even …
answered Apr 5 '18 by habibalamin
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I have built a solution myself and it doesn't require abandoning Terminal.app in favour of iTerm 2. It is a simple status bar app that runs in the background and rewrites all left Alt + $KEY key even …
answered Apr 5 '18 by habibalamin
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I have built a solution myself and it doesn't require abandoning Terminal.app in favour of iTerm 2. It is a simple status bar app that runs in the background and rewrites all left Alt + $KEY key even …
answered Apr 5 '18 by habibalamin