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Get a Snapshot of Mac OS X Shell Commands

You can get a snapshot of the progress of terminal/shell jobs on Mac OS X by hitting Ctrl+T.

Some terminal commands in Mac OS X appear to hang when, in reality, they are working hard, but not giving you any feedback as to what's going on.

A quick hit of Ctrl+t on your keyboard gives you a snapshot of the progress of foreground jobs.

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