This probably already exists and you all know it but I don't, so I'm asking. Sometimes I want to "Select All" in a terminal (usually GNOME Terminal). Is there some magic key-combo I can use to select all the existing history for copying to another place? Currently mouse-selecting

@popey It's disabled by default in some distros but if you go to Settings > Preferences > Shortcuts you should be able to find and set it.

@popey Ctrl+Shift+A works in my Xfce Terminal, not sure if that's what you need.

@mariusz yeah, doesn't seem like that works in GNOME Terminal

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