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I know how to do this via Terminal > Preferences, but this seems to require opening a new console. I'd like to change the background color on the current console. Is this possible?

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Menu: Shell > Show Inspector (⌘I)

Double-click on the desired setting. Naturally you'll have to add your desired colour scheme using Preferences first.

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You can create a command you can enter in Terminal like I suggested in a similar topic.

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