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It depends on how terminal works, really. Some terminals aim to be lightweight, others do not. Some features require more overhead which can have visible impact(this is what you've encountered). You may want to look for lightweight terminal emulators, try out few and pick the one that fits you best. I've personally used Sakura nad Terminator, both of which ...
All the instances of Mate Terminal have the same PID because they are in fact a single process which happens to display multiple windows. Mate Terminal runs in a single process because that's the way the application is designed. When you run the command mate-terminal, it contacts the existing process and sends it an instruction to open a new window. As of ...
I am completely ignorant of mate terminal, but from the sounds of it, the program may be multi-threaded. Threads share the same PID.
Regarding the font size, in lxterminal you could set the default font to the size you want, although this would apply to all terminals. If you were using gnome-terminal you could set up a profile with the desired font size and pass it in using the flag --window-with-profile, but I don't see any related options in lxterminal. If you don't want this to be ...
Unchecking "Scroll alternate screen" in Terminal->Preferences->Profiles->Keyboard fixed it for me.
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