Set Custom Background Wallpaper on Mac Terminal (macOS Ventura)


Ever thought of setting a custom wallpaper for your Mac Terminal, well its possible with macOS 13.0 version - Ventura.

Steps to set Custom Wallpaper Background Mac Terminal

  • Open Terminal,
  • Go to Menu: Terminal -> Settings... (shortcut Command ⌘ and ,)
  • Now get into the Profiles tab,
  • Under Text tab, Background, choose an image,
  • Restart your Terminal and you should see the background!
Set Custom Wallpaper Background for mac Terminal

As you can see, I have set a beautiful view of the lush-green mountains and refreshing blue skies! Do let me know in the comments what you have put on :) - Happy Coding!!



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