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Wed, Jul 11
Seems it doesn't happen anymore. So maybe I did something wrong last time.
Thu, Jul 5
yeah - i played with fontconfig a bit to. rather a pain that this needs fixing though.
Wed, Jul 4
This issue seems fixed on latest git.
I was testing with the latest version from the Arch repos. I'll build from master and try to repro.
Thu, Jun 28
Thank you for the patch.
I took an other direction to fix the issue. See 1c4482115b11786ac6a1db6f97ec256ff4ca9886. This way there can still be different controls on different windows (when there's only one process).
@charlesmilette, also I would like to verify that you are testing efl-git and not v1.20.
ok - the above issue with bitmap fonts - was partly an issue with an svg color emoji font i had installed ... removed it and partly dejavu that seems to take preference to color emoji thus using bnw emoji from it. remove dejavu and rely on bitsream vera and its perfect with efl. elm entry and terminology.
i can't reproduce. efl from git. it took me a while to get noto color emoji to be used i had to add the following to my fonts.conf:
@charlesmilette, thanks for the input.
Unfortunately, I am still unable to reproduce.
I have tried "Fire Mono" and the font in terminology, and did the "curl" command. Everything seems to be intact.
Let's try additional steps, if you don't mind.
Wed, Jun 27
If anyone can provide a test scenario for this, please do.
I can't reproduce this.
Fri, Jun 22
Submit some patches and we can see what happens I guess?
Author reported not having experienced this before being banned, ticket closed.
Thu, Jun 21
Should be easy except the elementary icon is hard-coded in a lot of places.
Wed, Jun 20
I need to check Ephoto for this behavior.
@netstar Could you handle the EFL icons?
Jun 14 2018
... debug1: Reading configuration data /etc/ssh/ssh_config debug1: /etc/ssh/ssh_config line 25: Applying options for * debug1: auto-mux: Trying existing master debug2: fd 3 setting O_NONBLOCK debug2: mux_client_hello_exchange: master version 4 debug3: mux_client_forwards: request forwardings: 0 local, 0 remote debug3: mux_client_request_session: entering debug3: mux_client_request_alive: entering debug3: mux_client_request_alive: done pid = 7800 debug3: mux_client_request_session: session request sent debug1: mux_client_request_session: master session id: 2
I might have fixed the segfault issue in 1.2.1.
Jun 13 2018
- fetching git repos works perfect (also ssh with key, via Jumphost)
- Not sure if its related:
- Settings->Wallpaper->Select Path->Other: crashes Terminology (segfault) no log...:
Error Signal Information: terminology was interrupted by a Segmentation Fault.
I've been running 1.2.1 for a day and a half now and haven't had the problem again, I think this is fixed! Is there a link to the commit that fixed this? I'm curious what was causing it.
I flagged terminology as out-of-date as I did the 1.2.1 release but it's not getting there as fast as I'd like. Still it's better than other distro.
Yep, works when compiled from source. Sorry - I optimistically believed Arch would always have the latest version. I've learned that I should and how to check for that now :).
Jun 12 2018
It should be fixed in Terminology 1.2.1. Could you try it?
I'm running into this as well since updating to 1.2.0, haven't experienced it in the years I've been using Enlightenment and Terminology. I'm also running Archlinux on vanilla Xorg. At first I didn't know if this was a Terminology issue or something with Enlightenment itself, but over the last couple of weeks I haven't had it occur in any application besides Terminology, and even then it's extremely inconsistent. I haven't been able to trigger it when I intend to, it just happens during normal use a few times a day.
Jun 11 2018
Ah, also alt-tabing twice (select window, tab to previous then back) permits keyboard input, as does showing then hiding tilda. Perhaps it has something to do with selecting the window with a mouse.