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- Feb 26 2013, 2:03 AM (260 w, 3 d)
Sun, Feb 11
Should be fixed by 93106d11487cfd8b4f23292c4ca08462f7ecadd1 and related commits.
Should be fixed by 08b5c20a27a8436f39083cd0d72315a376c42d51 and related commits.
Should be fixed by 29db075729416e2f7ad77a49d5a013266c16cc39 and related commits.
Should be now fixed by 08b5c20a27a8436f39083cd0d72315a376c42d51 and related commits.
Wed, Feb 7
Wed, Jan 31
Jan 10 2018
Jan 9 2018
I've got arch up-to-date, terminology up-to-date, but EFL is few days/weeks old and I don't have this issue.
Dec 6 2017
Dec 3 2017
I'm a bit busy at the moment.
If you want to speed this up, please provide a patch.
Nov 11 2017
Nov 6 2017
I wonder if it should be considered a bug.
Works for me.
Which version are you using?
Oct 27 2017
Is it still the case?
This is done to cope with https://phab.enlightenment.org/T4308
What's your window manager?
Oct 20 2017
run EINA_LOG_LEVELS="termpty:4" terminology
The selection stays as long as that part of the screen is not changed. This is only done on a coordinates basis, not on actual content. So if there are escape codes that keeps on rewriting the same content, it is considered as modifying the screen.
It may not be easy to improve that as was usually happens in the following sequence (without the scrolling of the buffer):
Oct 10 2017
Oct 6 2017
Sep 21 2017
I should have fixed that one in 1.1.1.
Sep 20 2017
This should already be the case.
Which version are you using?
Are you able to reproduce that issue reliably?
Sep 18 2017
Thanks for the heads-up!
Sep 5 2017
@bu5hm4n could you please work on it?
Aug 30 2017
I plan on releasing Terminology 1.1.1 this weekend :)
Aug 28 2017
xterm behaves like that.
Aug 26 2017
Aug 20 2017
Aug 8 2017
@mee thanks for the kind words
@bu5hm4n could you please have a look?
Aug 7 2017
It forces redraws that are not efficient when you're not doing compositing.
I guess that if you disable the cursor animations, CPU usage will be lower.
Aug 2 2017
Because it's running inside tmux and tmux does not support terminology's custom escape codes.
Jul 27 2017
Jul 24 2017
Which version of EFL are you using?
However, I agree that it is not working as could be expected:
- going clockwise is fine
- going counter-clockwise seems weird when crossing the vertical split. I could try to have something smarter.
I fail to reproduce your issue :(
Jul 23 2017
Could you guys give 0844d8689279cb1298bdbf643b5c64a8f2aad965 a try?
Have you tried with latest git version?
Jul 19 2017
The ICCCM WM_SIZE_HINTS are wrong when using visible tabs. I'll have to change that. I guess you have the same issue with splits?
Jul 16 2017
Could you try with latest git?
I plan on releasing it as 1.1.0 this month.
Are you running latest terminology from git?
Jul 14 2017
I've tried but I can not reproduce your issue :( and thus I have no idea on how to fix it.
Do you have the same behavior on a different window manager?
Jul 10 2017
Could be a regression in EFL.
How often do you update EFL/E/Terminology?
Jul 7 2017
Jun 29 2017
Keeping it open