December 02, 2014

Mac Goodness (3)

Follow-up to Mac Goodness from Neuroimaging Statistics Tips & Tools

#15 More Terminal Bliss: Killing Terminal’s Quit

As should be clear from my other entries I depend on the Mac Terminal program extensively, often having 20 or more windows/tabs open at once. Then you can understand the horror when you accidentally hit CMD-Q, and all those precious Shell sessions die!

The solution was to remove the CMD-Q shortcut, with this gem:

defaults write com.apple.Terminal NSUserKeyEquivalents -dict-add "Quit Terminal" nil


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