I find useful the gnome-terminal feature of editing (and creating) profiles with the option of holding the terminal open after the command exists.
(I like to use context menu file manager to run commands to display info about a file in a terminal, to show info in a terminal while processing, etc.)
I wasn't able to find the same feature in other terminals, so I have to install gnome-terminal even when it's not the default terminal.
Are there other terminal emulators with this feature? Is there a command to be used in a given terminal that would have the same effect?
I want, with a single line (to be added as context menu entry), to open the terminal, run a command and display info in the terminal window that stays open. Example: in pantheon-files (elementary os) I add a context menu entry for media info using a contractor file with a line like
Exec=xterm -hold -e "mediainfo -i %f" (according to a comment below) or
Exec=gnome-terminal --window-with-profile=new1 -e "mediainfo -i %f".