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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!


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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! ...


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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


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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. ...


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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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