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Is there a way to specify what tab output will go to in konsole?
The reason I ask is that I am working on customizing my environment, what I would like to do is utilize the tab feature of konsole as follows: each time a command is entered, the command itself, with history number and nothing else, should be echoed to one tab, the resulting output of that command should be formatted and echoed to a second tab.
The end I am trying to reach is to have a screen with a history list that I can just <shift><arrow> to view as well as an output history list that is the same way, and the main screen will only display the result of the current command and then be cleared each time new command is entered.
The general scripting of this is not a problem, except as I said, I do not know of a way to send info to different tabs. Maybe there is a way other than konsole to accomplish this? I am not committed to konsole, just used to using the <shift><arrow> to switch terms.