You can save all the output from a Terminal tab or window to a text file. This may be useful if you have to submit the terminal output as debugging information.
Go to File.
Select Save Contents….
Choose your desired directory and enter a filename.
You may optionally input a file extension along with the filename, for example .txt. This may be useful if you plan to view the file when using another operating system.
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