You can access the Terminal window
- from the Tools->Terminal menu item
- or by pressing the terminal icon in the bar at the top of the file tree.
This will open up a terminal window in a new IDE panel. You can have multiple terminals open simultaneously.
Note that you can create tabs and panels anywhere you like using Codio’s Panels and Tabs features.
You can modify various Terminal settings from the Codio->Preferences menu.
The available settings (and their defaults) are listed below. Preferences can be modified at the User level as described here. You can also force settings at the Project level but these will then override for all users looking at this project, so should be used sparingly.
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[terminal] ;Font size. ; Type: int font_size = 12 ;Terminal theme. ; Type: string theme = dark ;Number of lines available in the scroll history. ; Type: int scrollback = 3000 ;Quick Connect ; Type: hotkey show-connect-dialog = ;Connections Manager ; Type: hotkey show-connections-manager = ;Terminal. SSH connection to the box ; Type: hotkey backend-connection = Shift+Alt+T