iTerm2 is great, but the tab design isn't
Hey, this isn't an issue so I apologize. I've been using iTerm2 for years and it's great in almost every way. One thing always bugged me though. Tab design is poor in terms of UX. Can you see what the active tabs from this?
It's a muddy mess of greys, the active tab is the "washed out" one which could just as easily signify inactive. Sometimes I just cycle tabs until it becomes clear. Have you thought about making this clearer?
Some go for an accent colour:
But if you just remove the old fashioned gradient and increase the contrast between the two it would work too, e.g MacOS:
P.S Small thing but I also find "Split vertically" and "Split horizontally" to be unclear. If you look at IDEs like VSCode they have Split Up/Down/Left/Right. If these were "Split right" and "Split down" it would be so much clearer.
Splitting vertically does the exact opposite - the content still has the same vertical size. Splitting horizontally splits the content in half... vertically. Depending how your brain thinks the commands are ambiguous.
Closing as a non issue just food for thought. Thanks!