Need to change the look of your macOS Terminal default theme into a classic one like the old days. You know, hackers alike terminal looks with a black background and green color for the letter (fonts).
If I am right, macOS begin to changes the default Terminal theme into the flat clean white on macOS Sierra as you see nowadays also in the newest version of macOS.
Here is how to change your Terminal appearance into the classic brew (hacker) every time you launched the terminal app.
Change macOS default theme
To change the Terminal default theme, simply open the terminal app and go to the menu > Terminal > Preferences > Profiles. In the left pane, you’ll see other terminal themes that you can choose from, from the classic brew to Pro looks.
Click the ones you like then click the Default button locate at the bottom of the left pane to set it as your default appearance of your Mac Terminal. Please see the screenshot below.
And that’s it! One more? Yeah, you also can create your own terminal too!
Create your own custom terminal
To create your own custom terminal, still in Terminal > Preferences > Profiles in the left pane click the + button at the bottom to add a new terminal profile. Name it as you like, change the background color, font color, change the cursor, make the cursor blink, etc.
Once done editing your custom macOS Terminal, don’t forget to hit the Default button to set it as your default mac terminal theme every time you launch it.
Ok, that’s all, hope this short post is useful 🙂
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