# Is there an energy that permits to open a terminal window with a faster way?

I usually make use of the Terminal application, specifically to devote code to a Git database, and also I do not intend to have the window constantly open. Exists an energy that permits to open a terminal window making use of a faster way?

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2019-12-02 03:02:36
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Visor does that : http://visor.binaryage.com/

In instance you simply desire a command line, usage : http://decimus.net/DTerm/

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2019-12-03 04:53:40
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Check out iTerm2 (see additionally the Google project page). You can bind a key mix as a means to show/hide the terminal. In such a way, you attain the very same point as the in the past stated Visor ; yet, iTerm2 supplies extra capability than Terminal.app.

Incorporate this with alfred/quicksilver and also iTerm2 accounts for even more hotkey awesomeness.

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2019-12-03 04:53:29
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DTerm might be specifically what you desire : it resembles a documents area mindful terminal that appears and also hidden. So you can trigger it while you've obtained a documents picked in terminal (or XCode, or whatever) and also take an activity on the documents (like devote an adjustment) and afterwards it ventures out your means.

It is free as well as additionally readily available on the Mac App Store.

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2019-12-03 04:53:10
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Use Quicksilver! You can arrangement warm - keys for releasing applications. Plus it does a number of various other cool points

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2019-12-03 04:52:05
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Alfred is a remarkable Quicksilver - like application that can do this, giving that you acquire the PowerPack. I utilize this fairly regularly ; I simply raise the window and also type > cd ~/Developer and afterwards struck return.

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2019-12-03 04:39:11
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I simply press Apple and also room to raise limelight

Followed by keying 'te' which locates terminal and afterwards struck return.

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2019-12-03 01:20:43
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I such as apptivate, it ain't free. yet it is superfast (unlike visor eg)! It benefits any kind of application, plus you get a peek alternative, alowing you to peek right into the shortcutted application.

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2019-12-03 01:13:39
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