Once the new default is set you can go back to the general tab and set your new default to be the 'On start up A minor but important point. Especially as the preferences for 'On start up, use' and 'New windows open with: Same Profile' seem to make setting a new default unnecessary.
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Here is a way you do that: Open the Terminal. Press the "Default" button near the bottom of the window. Open a new Terminal window, it should now have the theme that you selected as the new default.
MrDaniel MrDaniel I've been having this problem for a year. Finally got pissed enough to google it. Is there a way to change the profile of an already existing window? U saved my time. However, should someone else stumble across it, the settings are as follows: Per the image above preferences - to set the default view, that's all correct.
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Next thing, we install the Fish Shell. Run brew install fish. Now we need to make Fish our default shell. Now press the esc key and then type :wq to save the file and exit the editor. Time to add some colour.
My favourite is Rubbyrussell:. Your shell should now have a nice prompt, and colours!
We just need to change the background - that needs to be set in the Terminal app preferences. There is a huge number of great themes to choose from.
The theme is now applied and available in the configuration:. Next thing, the font.