I've been going back and forth a bit between iTerm and Terminal lately. They both have their pros and cons, but at this point I've more or less settled on Terminal. (The reason, if you're curious, is that I can use ⇧⌘[ and ⇧⌘] to switch between tabs, just like in all my other programs.)
However, I like to remove as much visual clutter as possible in my work environments, and the one thing I really miss about iTerm is the ability to get rid of the scroll bar. Is it possible to do this in Terminal? I've done some googling and turned up a number of answers, but none of them seem to actually work any more.
Specifically, there don't seem to be any settings in the options dialogs for it, adding "Scrollbar: FALSE" or "Scrollbar: NO" to the com.apple.Terminal.plist file doesn't seem to work, and even setting the Scrollback to 0 doesn't seem to get rid of the scroll bar (though it does get rid of the scrollback buffer, which I do not want to do).
If anybody knows how to do this, I'd be terribly grateful. Alternatively, if you know how to get iTerm to switch tabs with ⇧⌘[ and ⇧⌘], that would also be great.