You'd think A) I'd know this by now, and B) that it's readily available info, but apparently neither is the case.
What I'm looking for is where the config files (colors, etc.) that ship with Terminal are kept on the system. It'd be really handy to point to these in a
Am I being oblivious? I've checked the package contents of Terminal.app, but nothing is there of note. It is also noteworthy, that OS X (at least Mountain Lion) will include Terminal settings, sessions, and scripts as pre-defined search parameters in Finder, but I have found nothing.
I've searched online, and dug deep into
/Library. Nothing. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.
The preferences appear to be at:
For older macOS, you can edit the file directly but on newer OS (with newer being 10.9 and later) you will want to use the defaults command to write the values to the persistent database (which does back changes to the filesystem sometimes) rather than editing the file.
defaults read com.apple.Terminal
Or to write the secure keyboard entry function (as one easy example):
defaults write com.apple.Terminal SecureKeyboardEntry 1