Firstly, I know there are a few similar questions to mine at the moment; I’ve already checked them but did not really find a solution.
I saw this line very often:
gnome-terminal --geometry 30x30+100+0, and yes, it almost does what I want, BUT, here’s the point: This command OPENS A NEW WINDOW with the specified size, and I put it on my .bashrc and blew everything up by getting infinitely-opening terminal windows… whoops 😀
Here’s my question, how can I get the terminal position open as I like every time I press the terminal icon or try to open it with any shortcut possible PERMANENTLY (of course without having to deal with an infinite loop)?
Am I supposed to type something in a certain path?
I’m using the latest version of ubuntu.