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Description of problem:
When I edit any text file that is longer than the current
gnome-terminal window and scroll down beyond the page (cursor keys),
the text scrolling starts only from the middle of the terminal text.
The upper half remains static. I.e. the text scrolls in the lower half
only. In addition, scrolled-in lines overwrite the current text but
don't clear the remainder of the line => mess. Same thing when
scrolling upwards, though opposite (lower half static, upper 'scrolls'
to a mess).
vi, vim and emacs work just fine.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. nano anyLongTextDocument
Expected Results: Proper scrolling of entire visible text, and clean
I see this too in a gnome-terminal window, but it actually works OK in
a plain xterm. Nano worked fine in gnome-terminal in FC2; has the
redrawing somehow been optimized in a way that works in xterm but
doesn't in gnome-terminal?
Clearly nano has a correct idea of what should be on the screen
somewhere, since a terminal refresh (^L) gives the correct screen
(Same nano version, 1.2.4-1, still in Rawhide as of 10/21/04)
This appears to be a duplicate of #127972. I put a comment in that
bug; I think that the problem is fixed in Rawhide vte.
does this have to do with ncurses bug which prevents home and end keys to work?
Was it fixed?
This is, indeed, a duplicate of bug #127972 and should be closed as "DUPLICATE".
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Closing per lack of response to previous request for information. This bug was
originally filed against a much earlier version of Fedora Core, and significant
changes have taken place since the last version for which this bug is confirmed.
It has remained in NEEDINFO status for quite a long period of time, asking for
confirmation on a more recent (still fully supported) version of Fedora Core.
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