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Too many new lines. #1012

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hemanth opened this Issue April 10, 2013 · 12 comments

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hemanth.hm Pascal Hartig Sindre Sorhus Kevin Mårtensson Cătălin Mariș Addy Osmani
hemanth.hm
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Is it just me? On solarized theme.

$ yo 







# Loads of new lines....and then :


The webapp generator is bundled, while others can be installed with npm install <generator-name>

yo --version => 1.0.0-beta.4

Pascal Hartig
Owner
passy commented April 11, 2013

Certain color schemes aren't supported, including solarized dark.

Pascal Hartig passy closed this April 11, 2013
Sindre Sorhus
Owner

Don't think it has anything to do with Solarized Dark, since I reluctantly fixed that some time ago by not using grey.

The lines are where the yeoman ascii art should have been. Can you describe your setup?

Sindre Sorhus sindresorhus reopened this April 11, 2013
hemanth.hm
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@sindresorhus

$ uname -a
Darwin MathBook Pro 10.8.0 Darwin Kernel Version 10.8.0: Tue Jun  7 16:32:41 PDT 2011; root:xnu-1504.15.3~1/RELEASE_X86_64 x86_64

# bash_it extension.
Kevin Mårtensson
Collaborator
kevva commented April 11, 2013

If you mark the empty space, can you see anything?

hemanth.hm
Collaborator

@kevva That's the first thing I did, but don't see a thing.

Pascal Hartig
Owner
passy commented April 12, 2013

@hemanth Could you perhaps post a screenshot?

hemanth.hm
Collaborator

y

After scrolling few more lines, I see The webapp generator is bundled, while others can be installed with npm install <generator-name>

@passy ^

Cătălin Mariș
alrra commented April 12, 2013

@hemanth the yeoman logo is made using the terminal background colors so, as far as I can tell, the problem is that your settings are overwriting the output background colors.

The same happens to me when I select an area where the logo is printed:

Screen Shot 2013-04-12 at 12 52 49 PM

hemanth.hm
Collaborator

@alrra I'm facing a different issue, even with the default view.

hmm

Pascal Hartig
Owner
passy commented April 14, 2013

I guess we should have a --no-color flag, maybe an environment variable as well.

Sindre Sorhus sindresorhus closed this in yeoman/yo@b828356 April 14, 2013
Sindre Sorhus
Owner

Fixed. Flag is enough. If they wan't it permanently they can easily alias it: alias yo=yo --no-color

Sindre Sorhus sindresorhus reopened this April 14, 2013
Addy Osmani
Owner

As this is fixed, let's close. @sindresorhus feel free to re-open if needed.

Kevin Mårtensson kevva closed this April 20, 2013
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