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I'm using byobu and guake (and my shell is zsh), and I was wondering if there's a way to clear (or somehow reset the terminal) while a command is running.

I have configured CTRL+K for my byobu to do clear-history in my ~/.byobu/.tmux.conf like this:

bind -n C-k clear-history

and when my terminal is free, I can easily do CTRL+L , CTRL+C to completely clear the terminal, but I was wondering if there's a way to somehow reset the terminal while a command is running.

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