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There's a duplicate on Ask Different. tl;dr: install the latest iTerm2 beta 2.9+, and make sure your Mac is set to not close windows when quitting an app. The new version of iTerm2 restores windows and working directories automagically!
well, that didn't take long, I should have suspected from the beginning. zsh runs the GNU ls, whereas bash runs the default mac osx ls. hence the difference in behaviour. I don't know why or how zsh chooses gnu ls and how put the gnu ls there to begin with, but ATM I don't care. aliased 'ls' to 'ls --color' in zsh and I have my colorful ls again. yay! ...
Found a blog post describing a fix that appears to work for me, while restoring my missing history: mv .zsh_history .zsh_history_bad strings .zsh_history_bad > .zsh_history fc -R .zsh_history
Using ffmpeg: ffmpeg -i video.mp4 -i subtitle1.srt -i subtitle2.srt -map 0 -map 1 -map 2 \ -c copy -metadata:s:s:0 language=eng -metadata:s:s:1 language=ipk output.mkv This will stream copy (-c copy) all streams, so re-encoding is avoided. The default stream selection will only choose one stream per stream type, so -map is used to manually override that. ...
Per comment from Archan Mishra above, for iTerm 2 the answer is to set up a custom terminal command /bin/bash -il which bypasses searching those logs completely. iterm2 opens instantly now.
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