Is there another solution to this problem using
X, perhaps maybe a setting in the window managers
quartz-wm? We've looked at the usual
xterm settings, and cannot recall how we once set it up to scroll at a page set to a single line at a time. Is there such a thing? I think we once set this up in
mwm. Is there a Mavericks OSX equivalent?
Presently, we like to set our
bash histories to 10,000 lines and
Terminal's settings to scroll back limited only by availably memory, and frequently,
Terminal's scroll buffer gets LARGE; it gets ridiculously hard to grab the scrollbar slider with the mouse and make fine adjustments. I've resorted to either using gestures with my lefthand on the MBP trackpad and/or using Ubuntu running on Parallels just to get that environment's
Terminal interface - it's hard to snapshot that, because the control "dissolves" quickly before I can select it. :-)
There's got to be a more elegant solution!
Please help - I've checked all the usual suspects for a solution for this...