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Use iTerm2 and Mac OSX 10.8.3 to open tabbed shells to specific systems

I'm still fairly new to the MAC and I have been seeking a way to script or use the GUI to accomplish the following. Open Iterm to a group of hosts and ssh to each of them in a tabbed view. In the ...
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iTerm 2 window resizing

My iTerm 2 window is up against the menubar at the top of the screen. When I resize the window vertically from the top to the bottom, a small gap is always left. It never resizes down fully to the ...
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Is it possible to use Vim plugin CSExact with iTerm2?

I'm a bit anal about my color schemes, and in order to get really nice colors in Vim, I'm trying the CSExact plugin. I'm not sure if it's supposed to work at all in iTerm2 though? My terminal is set ...
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iTerm 2 running tmux session causes “startup disk almost full” randomly

Anytime I run a tmux session, disk space will randomly begin filling up and the computer will slow down, then everything goes back to normal. This happens periodically. I am using iTerm 2. Does ...
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How can I remap Control+e to Escape+Control+e in iTerm2?

I have set up a few custom keyboard shortcuts in iTerm2 to easily move the cursor around with the arrow keys, but now I'd like to remap Ctrl+E to be Esc, Ctrl+E because Bash 4.2 no longer auto-expands ...
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How to open Go2Shell preferences in Mac OSX?

I'm trying to change my default Go2Shell terminal to iTerm2. I've read that Go2Shell preferences are only accessible from the command line, but I'm struggling to find what command actually needs to ...
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3answers
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Color scheme not applied in iTerm2

I haven't been able to apply any color scheme to iTerm2. It looks like that the Basic Colors are applied, but the ANSI Colors are not (as shown in Preferences>Profiles>Colors). Using Mac OSX ...
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How can I get control+left arrow to go back one word in iTerm2?

I was reading up in the Linux manual and I noticed that it said I could use control+left and control+right to move forward and back words in the terminal while editing. "Pressing Ctrl plus the ...
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Remap control key in iTerm2 to caps lock key

I want to remap the control key to use the caps lock key in iTerm2. How can I do this?