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Well, the closest you can get is probably CMD + SPACE and typing 'term' and ENTER
Not as convenient as a dedicated Shortcut, but after some time it is stored in muscle memory and works nearly as fast.
thats why I love Linux.
MOD + enter = terminal
MOD + ' = terminal cutting current space vertically
MOD + / = terminal cutting current space horizontally
MOD + shift + enter = terminal(screen)
Nawap15033yMac Users are considered to be stupid ! ,
So they would use spotlight for everything!
BTW does windows have!?
I usually do " shift+ right clicked "
steipilz1173yI configured iTerm2 that it slides down like yakuake when i press alt + space.
edensg8473yJust because it's not included by default doesn't mean it's not possible. Give Hammerspoon a shot, it's what I use for a global terminal shortcut (whether or not the app is already open).
I need this..... But on Windows... With bash.... But native....
I don't mind Linux it's just that I'll have to learn the ins and outs of a whole new os... Like... Where the settings are.... Then, eventually, where the REAL settings are...ugh... Fine.... I'll slowly give it a go.