I suspect we've all done something similar to this:
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resulting in command characters being sent to the terminal and causing all kinds of strange things to happen. Ordinarily, one would type
reset and the terminal would go back to normal.
However, when using Screen, corruption seems to persist after
reset, resulting in the status line being duplicated and various other entertaining effects. Is there any way of restoring everything to a sensible default in a manner similar to