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comment Force title on GNU screen
Thanks, I edited the post to add the function.
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comment Force title on GNU screen
Thanks, you made it very clear. I have indeed found a preexec function defined in my .zshrc. The thing is, that's the behavior I want... most of the time. I'd like to be able to disable it on the fly on one specific screen. There's maybe a variable that I can get in the preexec function when I manually set the title, or something like that?
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comment Force title on GNU screen
The command you give does exactly the same thing as Ctrl-A A. And about the prompt, you mean I have to modify $PS1 whenever I want the title not to change?
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