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In the output of any command I put into the prompt, that command is repeated (sometimes partially). What extremely simple configuration for Zsh do I need to enter to remove this repeat?

Example:

user ~ ls
lsDesktop Downloads src
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Do you use colors in your prompt? This SO question might be related. – simont Dec 12 '12 at 3:15
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You probably have a hook-like function doing that, or your prompt is doing it.

I suggest reviewing your configuration files.

FWIW, If you start a new shell with zsh -f, it will skip your configuration files and won't be echo'ing the commands anymore.

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I am using oh-my-zsh, so the default configuration files for that is being used (along with color changes). I searched through the .zshrc and associated oh-my-zsh configs but could not see any option related to a repeated input. – user1104160 Dec 12 '12 at 17:27
    
Turns out that there was a hidden configuration in a separate oh-my-zsh folder, thanks. – user1104160 Dec 20 '12 at 19:35

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