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For zsh: I found that the theme I was using was defining the branch glyph in a wrong way. In particular, I corrected defining on my theme file the variable ZSH_THEME_GIT_PROMPT_PREFIX=" %{$FG[075]%}<glyph> " where <glyph> is the symbol you want to use to represent git branch. For vim: I found the solution in this question. because 0x2B60 ...


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Let me suggest you to install Input Mono font, comes with full support to powerline. In order the following to work, Input Mono font must be version 1.1. You can check the font version by going to Font Book → View → Show Font Info, and look at the version number. With Terminal.app works out of the box. Just select the font and you are ready. With iTerm2, ...


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According to WhatFontIs, seems to be In And Out Black: http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/fenotype/in-and-out/black/


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Not really a desktop OS X app, but might still be useful: http://wordmark.it/ List all your fonts, using the text/size you specify. Allows filtering etc.


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Font Book in your Applications folder. Comes preinstalled with Mac OS X. Choose Custom (under the "View" option on screen top menu bar) and then type the text you want to preview. Then you can cycle through your installed fonts using the up/down arrow keys and the preview will display your custom text in the highlighted font.


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Mac OS X recognizes TrueType and OpenType fonts (.ttf and .otf) but not the PC bitmap fonts (.fon). So depending on the copyrights of the fonts you may transfer the .ttf and .otf font files. To install the fonts: Under Mac OS X 10.3 or above (including the FontBook) Double-click the font file > "Install font" button at the bottom of the preview. Under ...



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