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Re: M-F passes over a node boundary, but M-B does not

From: Benno Schulenberg
Subject: Re: M-F passes over a node boundary, but M-B does not
Date: Mon, 01 May 2017 21:36:54 +0200

On Thu, Apr 27, 2017, at 15:48, Benno Schulenberg wrote:
> To see what I mean, run 'info/ginfo info xref'.  Then press and
> hold M-F.  Hold it down until the cursor has passed into the next
> node.  Then press and hold M-B.  The cursor stops at the top of
> the node, on the "N" of "Next".  Now type <Left>.  Nothing happens.
> Type <Left> again.  Now the cursor moves to the preceding node.
> Now press <Right>.  The cursor moves to node 8.1 again.  Press
> <Right> again.  The cursor does not move.  Press <Right> again.
> Now the cursor does move.  Now press <Left> several times.  The
> cursor does not "stick" on the "N" of "Next", it moves smoothly
> over the boundary.  Now press <Right> again several times.  Again
> the cursor "sticks" for one moment on the "N".
> Now press <Right> until the cursor has passed the "N" of "Next",
> it doesn't matter how far.  Then press <Left> until the cursor is
> exactly on the "N".  Now press M-B.  Now the cursor *does* pass
> over the node boundary.

It worked fine in 6.1.  It gets sticky and gets stuck in 6.2.

If texinfo used git, I would do a bisect.


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