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- Feb 26 2013, 2:03 AM (370 w, 1 d)
Feb 9 2020
Feb 5 2020
This is with the snap version of Terminology.
I'm aware of that issue but I don't know yet how to fix it.
Jan 29 2020
I should have pushed a fix last night.
Was it like that : https://twitter.com/m0rb/status/1221927857389215746?s=19 ?
Should be fixed in bee2482fe76ab5a9fd3b35f36cdd36c919e8c860
Could you please test?
Jan 16 2020
I'm working on tab management and splits at the moment. It should be nice for Terminology 1.7 but I won't add yet support for what you ask.
So far tabs are like that and the fact that tabs are integrated with the underlying terminal makes it not easy to put splits in there.
For example, the background of a terminal goes "into" the tab.
Jan 13 2020
I think this has been fixed.
Jan 2 2020
Removing the include should be enough
Jan 1 2020
Dec 17 2019
I'm not using wayland myself. Could you get us a core dump of Terminology
when it crashes? Do you have the same behaviour with an other efl
application like elementary_config?
Dec 5 2019
If you ever find a way, please reopen.
Dec 4 2019
Dec 2 2019
Nov 14 2019
Nov 4 2019
So, I did give your thoughts a chance and a bit of hacking (See https://github.com/billiob/terminology/commit/3892e3eb87be33809f0df5d64a167aca8b9ebaa5 ).
I won't finish that as I consider it to be too difficult/impossible to do it correctly.
1/ It is not writing to the terminal's fd as that would create a security issue.
2/ It is only writing text to the terminal, but that might create issues because it moves the cursor and writes stuff that the application underneath does not know about.
Oct 28 2019
Ok, I understood what is going on!
When you run xdg-open in your shell, it spawns more that write to its standard output… your shell.
When Terminology starts xdg-open, it's not spawning it inside the shell (and it can't do it), but as a child. When `more' write to its standard output, it writes to Terminology's output (they use the same file descriptor), which is actually printed by the parent program: the shell that started Terminology.
Your bug report is great! Thanks.
I can reproduce your issue but I don't know how to fix it yet.
Oct 27 2019
Oct 10 2019
Let's close it :)
Oct 9 2019
bash sets the title on each prompt. You'd see it easily with echo -ne "\033]0;Foo Bar\007"; sleep 5.
Terminology does not print back the title due to security issues it would introduce.
I've tested with 1.3.2 and it still works with zsh, but not with bash!
With the git version, it does work for me.
When set by the tooltip, it won't be changed by the escape sequence.
I'm wondering if your shell is not acting behind your back and setting it back to some other value.
Have you tried doing it through an other shell?
Which version of Terminology are you using?
Oct 6 2019
Sep 27 2019
Are you using a debian-based distribution?
If you are, could try changing the state of the checkbox called BackArrow sends Del (instead of BackSpace) in the Settings menu.
You need to start a new term to have that change taken into account.
Sep 26 2019
Sadly I won't occur soon as it would need to be done at the EFL level on the textgrid.
Sep 15 2019
Sep 13 2019
Have you tried with Terminology 1.5.0?
Sep 12 2019
There are 2 commits. (I do suck at using arc…)
The one on tiny.cc is to make it compile with musl libc.
To be added to the 1.23 branch please.
Sep 8 2019
Sep 3 2019
I think this is fixed in EFL 1.23
Sep 2 2019
Those are the default.
See in config.c:config_new:
config->jump_on_change = EINA_FALSE; config->jump_on_keypress = EINA_TRUE;
Should be fixed with the next EFL release.
Merged in ef9bdfe67a3c73a8f88a391c6487f999a7d801fa
Aug 20 2019
I can't help you much here because I'm on holidays and I only have my phone. I'll come back in early September.
You could look into win.c about how the command line is showing up because we'd need something like that.
Also have a look at config.c and options_keys.c to see how key bindings are configured cause they'll be needed too.
Could you please check the options under the Behavior settings tab. I think it's called something like "Scroll on new content" and you have to uncheck it.
I'm replying from my phone cause I'm on holidays till early September.
Aug 19 2019
I'm on holidays till early September. I'll look into it at that time.
As a workaround, you may want to check/uncheck an other setting to make sure it is saved
Aug 14 2019
It is not done on purpose.
I'll do it someday.
Aug 8 2019
change variable name
Aug 7 2019
Jul 31 2019
@raster: do you have any idea?
Do you have the same issue if you're not using a transparent background in Terminology?
Could you please test with Terminology 1.5.0 or ask to have it on opensuse?
Jul 30 2019
Which version of Terminology are you using?
Jul 29 2019
I think this has been fixed in Terminology 1.5.0 released last week. Could you try it?
Jul 17 2019
Now, emacs' startup should be faster on terminology than on xterm ☺
Ok, now, it's done!
It took me too many commits for that. I shouldn't code when I'm tired.
Emacs startup is still way too slow on terminology rather than on xterm. I'll try to look into it.
Indeed, emacs complains but I have no clue why (yet).
Jul 14 2019
Jun 23 2019
Jun 19 2019
May 21 2019
May 1 2019
Apr 25 2019
Last questions. Do you have Focus split under the mouse?
In that case, is the mouse cursor over the new split or not?
and which version of EFL are you using?
How do you split? with the key bindings or through the UI?
Apr 23 2019
The patch is still needed since without it, I get the following: