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accepted Bring all open terminal windows forward using a script
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comment Bring all open terminal windows forward using a script
I tried that but only got radio silence, also I presumed it qualified as a different question. Sorry about that.
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accepted Shortcut to bring all open terminals to the front
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comment Shortcut to bring all open terminals to the front
Works perfect thanks!
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asked Bring all open terminal windows forward using a script
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comment Shortcut to bring all open terminals to the front
Running the script directly from a running terminal doesn't seem to work either... It works for programs like gedit, but not for Terminal
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comment Shortcut to bring all open terminals to the front
Is there any chance you would mind running through how to use this script?? I have created the script and saved it in my home folder and added it's path to /etc/shells. I have also added a shortcut in keyboard settings with the name bring_terminals_forward and the command is bash /home/michael/Scripts/bring-all-windows.bash Terminal
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comment Shortcut to bring all open terminals to the front
True but it's not native :P
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comment Shortcut to bring all open terminals to the front
This sounds good! I will give it a try shortly and get back to you. I'm still a bit stumped as to why there isn't a native method for this, it seems like it should be natural.
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comment Shortcut to bring all open terminals to the front
Thanks but that is essentially the same as clicking the terminal icon and selecting each one to bring to the front. I mean a short cut which will bring all open terminals to the front. An example being I could be writing code in gedit, want to compile it in one terminal while watching the output of a log in another terminal.