iterm2-snazzy - Elegant iTerm2 theme with bright colors

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To get the exact same look as in the screenshot, you need to use the Pure prompt, Menlo font, and the zsh-syntax-highlighting plugin to have commands highlighted.

https://github.com/sindresorhus/iterm2-snazzy

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