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How do I change the windows error sound for windows terminal to something different?

To change the profile.bellSound as mentioned in @NotTheDr01ds answer, you'll need to edit your Windows Terminal settings.json as covered in the docs: Open Windows Terminal Open the Settings (from ...
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Syntax highlighting in macOS terminal during program installation

A terminal application doesn't know anything about the content (text) it displays, so the color coding is driven by whatever application is running inside. In your example, it's the Rust compiler ...
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PowerShell and Windows Terminal: how to apply IntelliSense suggestion?

The way I read your question, you were just looking for the key press to accept the auto-complete? It is the right-arrow key.
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Always use :set paste, Is it a good idea?

To get vim to work properly you need to paste the following into either "/etc/vim/vimrc" or "/etc/vimrc" depending on where vim config is on your system set paste after you have ...
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Way to force open powershell in cmd or start Windows Terminal with no tabs

I gave zadjii the points since using conhost.exe is the correct answer. But I ended up using ConEmu which has a lot more features for automating a terminal window https://conemu.github.io/
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Way to force open powershell in cmd or start Windows Terminal with no tabs

A. You could always just launch conhost directly. conhost.exe cmd.exe /c <your script> (or similar for powershell) will spawn the vintage console directly, instead of the user's configured ...
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Flushing output on interrupt on the Linux cmdline

I confirmed the problem in a virtual terminal in my Kubuntu 24.04 LTS. The basic test command was: ssh -t user@server '</dev/urandom tr -dc "[:alnum:]"' I tested various terminal ...
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How to disable row highlighting on iterm and oh-my-zsh?

This is iTerm2 feature added recently. uncheck [ ] Click on a command selects to restrict Find and Filter UPD: to get rid of tiny arrow at the beginning of the line Go to iTerm2 preferences: Profiles -...
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Desktop shortcut with a command line argument which contains filename with random numbers

That line seems to work fine directly in a terminal window, but not when i'm trying to launch the desktop shortcut. This is because in a terminal window you interact with a shell that interprets this ...
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zsh alias still exists after deletion [MACOS]

Ok, so the thing is - I also used oh-my-zsh - and it seems that the alias was simply present in one of its custom setup scripts called .oh-my-zsh/custom/aliases.zsh. So I removed it from there, ...
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Windows 11 - How to open a Terminal with Admin privilege from current folder in File Explorer?

If you right click in File Explorer, you can select Open in Terminal in the current folder. If you Shift + right click, you can select Open in Terminal or Open PowerShell window here in the current ...
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How to enable split horizontal/vertical shortcut on WezTerm?

Did you tried? ctrl-shift-option-% ctrl-shift-option-" Source: https://github.com/wez/wezterm/discussions/5248#discussioncomment-8975849
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Terminal Powershell differences

Command prompt is indeed different to PowerShell. dir is an internal command of Command Prompt and Powershell does not have this function. Powershell has the cmdlet: get-childitem, which also gets all ...
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konsole color schemes

I might be a bit late, but I have this problem right now and solved it by: print all colors the terminal supports (give credits to ChatGPT for this snippet): #print all colors of terminal for C in {...
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Tmux prefix doesn't work unless ~/.tmux.conf is forced

There a lots of answers in other forums that solved non-Arch linux users similar problem. After reading the Arch linux tmux wiki entry, I found that tmux config file must be placed somewhere else. By ...
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