A custom icon for any terminal application. Draws influences from Yosemite’s own Terminal.app icon, but uses Solarized colours and a
$_ instead of a
>_ for the prompt.
icns file includes optimised icons for 512, 256, 128, and 32-pixel, including 2x sizes for Retina displays.
- Clone or download this repository’s master branch to your computer.
- In a new Finder window, navigate to your
/Applicationsdirectory, click on your Terminal/iTerm/other app, and type
ctrl-i(or right-click and choose Get Info).
- Drag the
.icnsfile overtop of the application’s icon in the Info panel. You will see the icon change. Close the Info panel.
- Right-click on your terminal application in Finder and choose
Show Package Contents.
- Navigate to
/Contents/Resources. Locate the application’s existing
.icnsfile (there may be several, so be sure to find the one being used for the app’s icon; Terminal.app’s is named
Terminal.icns, iTerm’s is named
iTerm.icns, etc); rename
tcpTerminalIcon.icnsto this name, then copy it to this directory (choose Replace when Finder asks).
- You're done! Open iTerm to see the icon update.