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@0xrusowsky.eth
curious to know if there are any warp users in farcaster. their demo looks sick, but always good to hear from those who have experienced it firsthand. https://www.warp.dev/
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@maxp.eth
Would love to switch, and this is probably the biggest nitpick ever, but waiting for them to support P3 colors first 😅
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@teleyinex.eth
nope, like I seriously don't like having companies running my terminal :-) I love my bash/zsh within Linux. That's it :D (I'm becoming old)
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@kostas
🤚 big fan
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@francos.eth
I have been using warp for a while and love it. Used iTerm2 and alacritty before that.
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@julien51.eth
Not a huge fan of having everything I type be sent to a server ... :)
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@notdevin.eth
I went from iterm2 to warp. I love it. Being able to skip words, lines, key up and down lines normally, # and get gpt assistance is nice, I haven’t thought about switching back ever
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@yixinrock
🙋🏻‍♀️
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yixinrock
@yixinrock
I had use ITerm2 for 10 years, feels good after migrate to warp.
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@rafi
I use it mostly for its translucent windows and command separation. For AI suggestions I still use GPT-4 via ChatGPT as it's more reliable.
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@ryanshea.eth
I'm currently using Hyper but this looks really cool! Will give it a spin.
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@freeatnet.eth
Used it for a few months last year. While it felt faster in some aspects, the bugs and the awkward interactions killed it for me. I was really confused by the experience: I really thought devs would know how to build a good terminal! Went back to iTerm in the end.
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@artlu
it's lighting fast, and the auto-complete suggestions border on magical Benefits: - saves a few seconds here and there - avoids some time-costly detours Costs: - a bit sus to notice telemetry in such a low-level tool - context switching when working cross-platform, necessary evil
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@dinislam.eth
I like it. Daily driver
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@robin
@jarrel swears by it
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