That is until I tried HyperTerm. I think it's quite possibly because the traditional alternative, iTerm2, never engendered the sort of loyalty out of me that something like my editor of choice would. After all a terminal emulator is mostly just a means to an end. As long as I can run zsh, neovim, and tmux in a way that doesn't make my eyes bleed, who cares right?
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