I've discovered the joy saving Terminator layouts and adding commands to
~/.config/terminator/config that are run when it starts up. I've also discovered that hitting Ctrl+c to stop a watch command for a moment can't be followed by an up arrow to restart the watch because the command isn't in the history.
Here's an ugly work around that only prints the command:
command = (set -x; watch "date") && bash || bash
This allows copying the command after Ctrl+c but who has time for that? I want my up arrow to work. Hoping some bash magic can fix this.
Using terminator 1.91 in RHEL