It's really handy to have tabs in gnome terminal, and I often use several. Often, however, I lose track of who's who.
Unlike, say, a browser, gnome-terminal keeps the same default title on all tabs. Yet, under the Title and Command tab (edit - current profile), it says:
The command running inside a terminal may dynamically set a new title
an option which I enable.
it is possible to use
gnome-terminal -t <my_title>
to get a new window with the desired title.
This indeed works fine.
Now, I'd like to be able to set the title of a new tab
While a new tab can be opened either from the menus or from the keyboard, commands seem to only open new windows
. So, I can not use the -t flag to set the title of a new tab...
Is there a way of doing this which escapes me?