the best terminal emulator written with the EFL
Thu, Oct 10
Same behavior if you have multiple media files and do something like:
$> typop *.mp4
Wed, Oct 9
Thanks bud, I've got it working - I moved my .bashrc to old.bashrc and the commands work now. I think it's my PROMPT_COMMAND which sets a complicated PS1. I haven't played around with it in a while but it may have a window title in there. I thought dropping into ksh or csh would have tested that scenario but guess not.
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.
I tried ksh and csh and still no dice. Does echo -ne "\033]0;Foo Bar\007"work for you?
I'm not sure what you mean by "set by the tooltip" - I'm trying to echo out the escape code to set the title from the commandline:
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?
Fri, Sep 27
That did it! Thanks!
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.
Thu, Sep 26
Sadly I won't occur soon as it would need to be done at the EFL level on the textgrid.
Fri, Sep 20
Sun, Sep 15
Fixed on terminology 1.5.0
Sep 13 2019
I've just tried with 1.5.0, and I can confirm that the problem is still present.
Have you tried with Terminology 1.5.0?
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 26 2019
Aug 20 2019
Oh, thanks, I confirm it works.