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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • There is also an easy GUI way of changing the Terminal title bar.

    1. Go to Window Settings... in the Terminal menu, it's right below Preferences.
    2. Pick the Window item in the menu at the top of the Terminal Inspector window which appears.
    3. Play with the nifty options.

    I have it set to display the active process name, the window size (104x57 characters is half of my screen, and is a handy size for reading man pages), and the shortcut command key for that window. You can also enable the tty name, the .term startup script used, and the shell command name (which I imagine would be handy if you use different shells, bash & tcsh for example).