It’s not the same problem. The original post talks about the commands needing to be reinstalled every time
zsh is started. @jonny.kanai specifically says that, when he closed Atom and kept
zsh open, the commands remained.
Your problem is that the commands are only working when you have an Atom window open. That’s completely different.
Even if they were the same, your computer translocating Atom when other people running Sierra aren’t seeing the same problem is, by definition, a problem that’s localized on your computer.
Because not everybody see’s the problem doesn’t mean there isn’t one, and besides for months I ignored it and just worked around by not invoking from the command line. I am sure many are doing same.
We can’t presume that other people have a problem they aren’t reporting. That’s a poor assumption. It might be that there are other people in your situation, but your situation would have to be solved in order to help them. That means that you would have to stop being intransigent and answer @leedohm’s questions.
As a matter of fact since Postman quit running as a Chrome app and started running on Electron it has an issue updating.
Okay, ignore Postman (because you don’t know if it’s a translocation issue). What about others? Slack? WP-Desktop? Nylas? Brave? Hyperterm? If this happens consistently across Electron apps, then that’s informative.
Again, another edge Electron problem with quite a few GitHub issues, claiming to be resolved an always reopened over multiple releases.
If you have this level of prejudice, perhaps you should avoid the thing you have a problem with.
This is my last comment to this useless thread
Cool. Well, I’m replying anyway so that people who come after know how they should request assistance and what they shouldn’t do.