Thought maybe some other ppl people might appreciate this. I just use it for common commands instead of using aliases.
I bound it to the m key to start it up. Easy to edit for your own commands.
I ran a python command a second time and saw the below as output.
N⎺┼↑⎽≤⎽ └␊⎽⎽▒±␊ ⎼␊␌␊␋┴␊␍ ⎺°°┌␋┼␊
N⎺┼↑⎽≤⎽ └␊⎽⎽▒±␊ ⎼␊␌␊␋┴␊␍ B─⎺⎽
N⎺┼↑⎽≤⎽ └␊⎽⎽▒±␊ ⎼␊␌␊␋┴␊␍ ─⎺⎽ 2
N⎺┼↑⎽≤⎽ └␊⎽⎽▒±␊ ⎼␊␌␊␋┴␊␍ ▮243
It used to output meaningful texts until now. Any clue?
Edit: Code reduction
After changing screen resolution to more night (640x480 text -> 1600x1200 graphics), output from btop app (formerly bpytop on-screen real-time monitoring tool) look like mess (see attached screen photos).
The same behavior for current btop app and for previous version - bpytop.
Discussion and screenshots about text gaming on FreeBSD. This is for games on the command-line or terminal interface. Many games are ascii and/or curses. Signify if the game uses an interpreter or emulator. Topic includes utilities or ASCII animations that aren't games, but are under the games...
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sh: julia: not found
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I tried checking the $PATH...
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Fellow FreeBSD users,
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I would like to share HOWTO in Ghost in the Shell series about efficient working in the UNIX shell environment.
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