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Hi. I'm a zsh-noob. In my .zshrc config file I have ZSH_THEME="random". Today the random routine decided I should use the "emotty"-theme.
Now, whenever I open a new shell, it prints out [oh-my-zsh] Random theme 'random theme name' loaded but it doesn't actually change the theme ...
Wanted to try omz. Installed like any AUR install w/o complaints. About to config but .zshrc is still 'original' and there is no .oh-my-zsh at ...
I'm currently using a brand new Arch Linux installation with i3 as window manager and UXterm as my default terminal. As you can see, ...
I am unable to get the themes working on zsh, while it seems for a lot of people this worked right out of the box.
I Googled and what i get is that the plugins don't work, not the themes. My .zshrc is as follows: # defs ZSH=/usr/share/oh-my-zsh/ ZSH_THEME=" ...
But everything works fine if I start tmux before using this plugins. Whats wrong? My .zshrc. # Lines configured by zsh-newuser-install HISTFILE ...
Follow the instructions you were shown when installing the package. You have to execute 'cp /usr/share/oh-my-zsh/zshrc ~/.zshrc' to use it ...
Currently I have some weird problems with oh-my-zsh, it does not work properly as it supposed to be. For example this is how my agnoster ...
Using xfce4-terminal and bash, special characters render correctly. I have tested this entering Ctrl-u 219[0,1, ...