My default shell is bash, but I'd like to play around with zsh as well. I have a separate profile for zsh.
When I launch a terminal it opens a bash shell, and I'd like to switch to a zsh by doing something like "Terminal > Change Profile > ZSH". I've configured the "ZSH" profile to run the command "/usr/bin/zsh" as a custom command and tried checking "Run command as a login shell" as well. Neither seem to work - I'm still in bash.
Any tips? I know I can just type "zsh", but I have things configured in my terminal profile I'd like to use as well, so changing shell and configuration in a single click is preferred.