the best terminal emulator written with the EFL
Wed, May 16
I have no idea. Maybe ask the meson devs?
That was quick thanks! Will wait for it to drip through to the package system.
Tue, May 15
Terminology v1.2.1 that was released a day ago should fix that!
Mon, May 14
Terminology v1.2.1 is out :)
@billiob as far i can tell the issue with missing keystrokes is gone now.
At a first glance, this issue seems to be gone !
@billiob sounds good to me, i'm at the countryside house right now so i can only test on my laptop but that has worked fine for a few hours of terminal use.
@stingray454 I'll wait for your feedback but plan on releasing 1.2.1 with that fix tomorrow evening (or later depending on my free time).
@billiob from a quick build and fast test it doesn't reproduce the missing keypresses that it did before.
Sun, May 13
Yep, at least I cant reproduce the focus issue anymore after that latest commit. That seems to have fixed it! Maybe wait for more feedback since many people had that problem, but for now, thanks!
Could you please tell me if it's better now (should be handled by 214ff03e361789025dc6eddcbe1a860d7437b3b0)?
Im running the latest -git version in Gentoo. I too encountered a problem with terminology where if I focus terminology -> urxvt -> terminology with my mouse, I cant write anything into terminology again, unless I press right mouse button twice in it. However this only happened when I focused between two terminal emulator windows with my mouse (I was tryhing to copy my color scheme from urxvt). Running xorg with proprietary nvidia drivers.
@billiob is it worth anything to notice that i'm running pure wayland and not x11? since the last git version did not work?
Fri, May 11
(I'm oneindelijk, using my work account now)
I don't know about the resizing, I'm only a short time user of terminology.
Today I installed a fresh copy of BlackArch Linux and I have the same issue (as I was expecting)
I noticed that the window's buffer seems to record keystrokes (or is this the WM who is doing the recording?)
When I switch away using the mouse from the active window (even hovering over the statusbar of my WM is enough)
and then type something, nothing appears. When I then switch away and back using the keyboard and type some more,
the previously typed content also shows up.
This seems to be a different behavior than I have on my other laptops (although they're all arch based)
Thu, May 10
Thank you for your nice words. I'm currently on holidays and do not have the correct tools to investigate the issue. I'll try to spend some time on it next week.
Just tried the git version. Still the same problem.
it seems the git archive autoupdates to latest commit, took the commit line from the PKGBUILD, but the resulting build had same issues.
6694266a3ddc seems to be the one where this issue should be fixed, found it after figuring out how phab works.. (usually using gitlab..)
took the easy route and just built the aur package terminology-git
Wed, May 9
@billiob i'll give it a try later or tomorrow and report back..
@stingray454 could you please tell me if the git version works better for you?
same issue as @oneindelijk
I found some bugs too, I can't find where I should report about it.
Mon, Apr 30
I realize I'm commenting over a year later, but figured I'd add some notes since I encountered this and sought out the issue:
Thu, Apr 26
PR merged! Thank you very much!
Wed, Apr 25
Pull request: https://github.com/billiob/terminology/pull/57
Apr 16 2018
Apr 12 2018
Actually, I found more bugs related to mouse events.
Apr 5 2018
You're the first one to raise this issue :)
Mar 27 2018
Mar 19 2018
Thank you for your bugreport on the git version, it really helps providing a good stable version!
Mar 16 2018
Mar 15 2018
@billiob sorry about this, this was a wrong manipulation. (not on purpose)
@indefini Please do not modify the workboard unless you plan on working on tasks.
Mar 13 2018
Great that you do that!
I wasn't aware of it. I got bitten in the past and thus relied on feature detection.
Yes, I did only start adding it during the 1.18 development cycle, but that means it should be possible to use it for any features added since that time. Just trying to provide some info which could be useful for future cases!