Windows 10: Windows Terminal settings.json - start w/ two panes top, one bottom

Discus and support Windows Terminal settings.json - start w/ two panes top, one bottom in Windows 10 Software and Apps to solve the problem; Windows Version: 10.0.019042.928 Windows Terminal Version: 1.6.10571.0 I would like for Windows Terminal to start with two panes on top, and one on the... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Software and Apps' started by dipique, May 4, 2021.

  1. dipique Win User

    Windows Terminal settings.json - start w/ two panes top, one bottom


    Windows Version: 10.0.019042.928 Windows Terminal Version: 1.6.10571.0 I would like for Windows Terminal to start with two panes on top, and one on the bottom. I can produce this behavior AFTER startup by launching Windows Terminal like this: wt sp -H Then, once loaded, click in the upper pane and use your assigned shortcut key for a vertical split. Perfect! However, when trying to replicate this behavior using the startupActions option, I have trouble. I can create two panes on the bottom and one on the top like this: "startupActions": "sp -H `; sp", That's pretty close. I noticed that there's a "focus tab" option, so I tried focusing the first tab before splitting, like this: "startupActions": "sp -H `; ft -t 0 `; sp", However, that has no effect on the layout. I must be missing something simple. Can anyone help me achieve my desired layout at startup without requiring me to manually create the additional tab every time?

    :)
     
    dipique, May 4, 2021
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  2. dipique Win User

    Windows Terminal settings.json - start w/ two panes top, one bottom

    Windows Version: 10.0.019042.928
    Windows Terminal Version: 1.6.10571.0

    I would like for Windows Terminal to start with two panes on top, and one on the bottom. I can produce this behavior AFTER startup by launching Windows Terminal like this:

    wt sp -H

    Then, once loaded, click in the upper pane and use your assigned shortcut key for a vertical split. Perfect!

    However, when trying to replicate this behavior using the startupActions option, I have trouble. I can create two panes on the bottom and one on the top like this:

    "startupActions": "sp -H `; sp",

    That's pretty close. I noticed that there's a "focus tab" option, so I tried focusing the first tab before splitting, like this:

    "startupActions": "sp -H `; ft -t 0 `; sp",

    However, that has no effect on the layout. I must be missing something simple. Can anyone help me achieve my desired layout at startup without requiring me to manually create the additional tab every time?
     
    dipique, May 5, 2021
    #2
  3. Desk top Icons replaced by start menu

    Hello,

    We appreciate your persistent patience n this issue.

    At this point, I suggest you to check if the same issue occurs when logged in through a different Local Administrator user account.



    Follow the steps:

    • Assuming that you are already logged on to your user account in Windows 10, click the Start button.
    • From the Start menu, click your name from the top of the left pane.
    • From the displayed options click Sign out.
    • From the login screen, click to the different user account you want to switch to.


    However, if you do not have a separate user account, I suggest you to create another administrator user account by referring to the Microsoft article here: Set
    up accounts
    .

    Kindly keep us posted on the status of the issue.

    Thank You.
     
    Sayan_Ghosh, May 5, 2021
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  4. Brink Win User

    Windows Terminal settings.json - start w/ two panes top, one bottom

    New Windows Terminal v1.7.1033.0 released for Windows 10 - April 14

    Source: https://github.com/microsoft/termina...ag/v1.7.1033.0


     
    Brink, May 5, 2021
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