Change Profiles Advanced preferences in Terminal on Mac
Use Advanced preferences in Terminal to change the emulation and character encoding for a Terminal window profile.
To change these preferences in the Terminal app on your Mac, choose Terminal > Preferences, click Profiles, select a profile, then click Advanced.
Note: The options you choose in this preference pane apply only to the profile you select. They don’t apply to the Terminal app in general.
To change the setting, click the “Declare terminal as” pop-up menu, then choose a name.
Select checkboxes to enable Terminal input behaviors.
Select checkboxes to enable Terminal notifications.
To be alerted with a sound, select “Audible bell.”
To be alerted with a flash, select “Visual bell.”
To be alerted with a flash when the sound is muted, select “Visual bell” and “Only when sound is muted.”
To display the number of sessions in the background that had a bell character (Control-G or \a) written to them, select “Badge app and window Dock icons.”
To bounce the Dock icon when a session in the background has a bell character written to it, select “Bounce app icon when in background.”
To bounce the Dock icon continuously when a session in the background has a bell character written to it, select “Bounce app icon when in background” and “Continue bouncing until in foreground.”
To change the character encoding, click the “Text encoding” pop-up menu, then choose a character encoding.
To configure the environment for this encoding, select “Set locale environment variables on startup.”
Unicode East Asian Ambiguous characters are wide: If this checkbox is selected, the characters are treated as East Asian Wide. If not selected, they are treated as East Asian Narrow.