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Re: Line wrapping issues


From: Chet Ramey
Subject: Re: Line wrapping issues
Date: Tue, 22 Aug 2017 10:34:24 -0400
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On 8/21/17 1:29 PM, Leon Klingele wrote:
>> Please send your typescript to the list.
> 
> Here you go (see attachment).

Thanks. I'll see if it reveals anything I don't expect.

>> If these steps leave the cursor in a different position than readline
>> expects it to be (before step 4), even the redraw-current-line at the
>> end of the macro may not help. You could try replacing the key sequence
>> to redraw the current line with \c-l and see if that helps.
> 
> I can't quite follow you. Which "key sequence" are you referring to?
> Pressing Ctrl+l indeed fixes the issue but also clears the screen
> which I'd try to avoid -> only a workaround.

The fzf redefinition of the ^R key sequence as a macro.  That macro ends
with \C-x\C-r, which it redefines to bind to "redraw-current-line". If
you replace those characters with \C-l, does it redraw correctly (after
clearing the screen, of course)?

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