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Member Since: Nov 29, 2010
Location: Vancouver, BC, Canada
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DenAtTheDBM will become famous soon enough
Mac Specs: Black 13.3" MacBook 4,1 Intel Core2 Duo, 4Gigs Ram (2x2G), 2.4GHz, OS X 10.7.2

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If you open the Terminal Preferences pane using the "Terminal" pull-down menu, and select "Settings" and then "Shell" you can set it to close the window when the shell exits, you can also set it to close only if the shell exits cleanly (I guess that means it didn't exit due to a runtime error in the process you had running), or the default where it doesn't close the window.

Also, since you're using multiple terminal windows, you might enjoy "Window Groups" where you can save a group of windows in the configuration you want by choosing "Save Windows as Group" from the "Window" menu and you can set it to open that group whenever you start Terminal.
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