Leopard packs Terminal differently in such a way that it will definitely increase your productivity.
Old Tiger’s Terminal
Let’s see our Terminal way of saying by our old Tiger, in which I discussed in my other article Styling Terminal
New Leopard’s Terminal
All the settings go into the Terminal Preferences, open using keystrokes Command-Comma and leave behind the Terminal Inspector, open using keystrokes Command-I, with only predefined Terminal Style. This should be more logical since we usually open the Terminal Inspector for changing only a few settings, not all the settings like our old Tiger do.
Terminal Imitates Safari
Terminal in Leopard now supports multiple tabs, switching before tabs and of course like old Tiger, switching between windows. For manipulating tabs, it’s the same as what we do for navigating with Safari, i.e. Command-T for creating new tabs and Command-Shift-OpenBracket or Command-Shift-CloseBracker for switching between tabs and don’t miss out Command-W for closing tabs.