Description of problem:
on VT2 ( /dev/tty2 )
when I press ctrl-L when "radio" is running, the screen gets corrupted,
the entire content of the "Tuner" subwindow moves one character to the left.
When pressing CRSR-UP or CRSR-DOWN after that , the frequency display is
here is a "screenshot" after CTRL-L and CRSR-UP :
( the freq was 106.80, then it shuld be 106.85 )
_ _ _ _ Up/Down - inc/dec frequency
STEREO | | | |_ |_| | _ PgUp/PgDown - next/prev station
**** | |_| |_| . |_| | _| g - go to frequency...
x - exit
ESC, q, e - mute and exit
Problem 2 :
weird picture inside screen ( screen-3.9.13-2 ) :
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce problem one :
1. start radio on textual terminal ( /dev/tty(1-6) )
2. press ctrl-L
3. press cursor-up or cursor-down
corrupted display of the tuned frequency
Steps to Reproduce problem two :
1. start screen
2. inside screen start radio
corrupted display ( the borders ) , see attached textual screenshot
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screenshot of radio running in screen on VT1
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screenshot of corrupted freq display
I put this also here, because the one in the comment is garbled.
Could you please try radia application in xterm. Does this issue show up here?
The problem is not present anymore in Red Hat Linux 9 (Shrike).
I tried VT1,screen,xterm and gnome-terminal. radio looks OK in all of them.