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OS X Terminal.app: how to start a new tab in the same directory as the current tab?

This is the default behavior in Ubuntu: when you open an new tab in a terminal, the working directory of the new tab is the same as the one from which you opened the new tab. Is there a way to do that in Mac OS X?

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OS X Terminal.app: how to start a new tab in the same directory as the current tab

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OK, thanks, but it seems really complicated. There must be an easier and cleaner way to do it, isn't there? – seb Apr 8 '11 at 17:34
    
@seb I don't know, but I do know (no offense intended) that this question is off-topic for Stack Overflow. – Phrogz Apr 8 '11 at 17:35