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Last active Dec 11, 2015

What would you like to do?
Slightly modified version of Mark Otto's bash style (http://markdotto.com/2012/10/18/terminal-hotness/) to prevent the wrapping problem discussed here (http://serverfault.com/questions/83382/fix-for-bash-line-wrapping-backspace-display-bugs-on-mac-os-x). I just wrapped the whole in thing in \[ and \].
export PS1='\[\e[0:35m⌘\e[m \e[0:36m\w/\e[m \e[0:33m`git branch 2> /dev/null | grep -e ^* | sed -E s/^\\\\\*\ \(.+\)$/\(\\\\\1\)\ /`\e[m\]'

any idea why when I delete text, the entire line of text disappears?
if I hit return, the point up until where I had deleted is input, but that input text is not visible .
It generally applies to the first word input in the CLI, not any following spaces after the first word.
Thanks for the mod though !!

Same problem as @bjgodinez. Are there anyway to fix this problem.

@bjgodinez Now I can fix this problem by adding some symbols to the end of the line. So I created my gist to show you here.

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