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Updating template and README to list plugins on individual lines vs one long one. Easier scanning for you and me.

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Robby Russell 2 years ago
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@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ __Oh My Zsh will not make you a 10x developer...but you might feel like one.__

Once installed, your terminal shell will become the talk of the town _or your money back!_ With each keystroke in your command prompt, you'll take advantage of the hundreds of powerful plugins and beautiful themes. Strangers will come up to you in cafés and ask you, _"that is amazing! are you some sort of genius?"_

Finally, you'll begin to get the sort of attention that you have always felt you deserved. ...or maybe you'll use the time that you're saving to start flossing more often.
Finally, you'll begin to get the sort of attention that you have always felt you deserved. ...or maybe you'll use the time that you're saving to start flossing more often. 😬

To learn more, visit [ohmyz.sh](http://ohmyz.sh) and follow [@ohmyzsh](https://twitter.com/ohmyzsh) on Twitter.

@@ -51,10 +51,22 @@ Oh My Zsh comes with a shitload of plugins to take advantage of. You can take a

Once you spot a plugin (or several) that you'd like to use with Oh My Zsh, you'll need to enable them in the `.zshrc` file. You'll find the zshrc file in your `$HOME` directory. Open it with your favorite text editor and you'll see a spot to list all the plugins you want to load.

For example, this line might begin to look like this:
```shell
vi ~/.zshrc
```

For example, this might begin to look like this:

```shell
plugins=(git bundler osx rake ruby)
plugins=(
git
bundler
dotenv
osx
rake
rbenv
ruby
)
```

#### Using Plugins
@@ -69,7 +81,7 @@ We'll admit it. Early in the Oh My Zsh world, we may have gotten a bit too theme

_Robby's theme is the default one. It's not the fanciest one. It's not the simplest one. It's just the right one (for him)._

Once you find a theme that you want to use, you will need to edit the `~/.zshrc` file. You'll see an environment variable (all caps) in there that looks like:
Once you find a theme that you'd like to use, you will need to edit the `~/.zshrc` file. You'll see an environment variable (all caps) in there that looks like:

```shell
ZSH_THEME="robbyrussell"
@@ -193,7 +205,7 @@ If you'd like to upgrade at any point in time (maybe someone just released a new
upgrade_oh_my_zsh
```

Magic!
Magic! 🎉

## Uninstalling Oh My Zsh



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@@ -58,7 +58,9 @@ ZSH_THEME="robbyrussell"
# Custom plugins may be added to ~/.oh-my-zsh/custom/plugins/
# Example format: plugins=(rails git textmate ruby lighthouse)
# Add wisely, as too many plugins slow down shell startup.
plugins=(git)
plugins=(
git
)

source $ZSH/oh-my-zsh.sh



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