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- To: Bug-EMACS@SU-SCORE.ARPA
- Subject: TECO VT1INI
- From: Mike Peeler <G.MDP@SU-SCORE.ARPA>
- Date: Mon 4 Mar 85 08:06:13-PST
EMACS is not making sure my terminal is in absolute
cursor addressing mode. If somehow my terminal happens to
be in scrolling-region relative addressing mode, I get weird
behavior after I have inserted or deleted a line, since the
scrolling region has been set to a small area around the
mode line. The funny thing is, I think EMACS used to do
this right at one time.
The solution, I think, is to add "$[?6l" to the string
at VT1INI in TECO.MID. Incidentally, VT1RST uses "$[1;24r"
to reset the VT100 scrolling region. Since lines 1-24 is
the default scrolling region, the "1;24" may be omitted,
leaving just the "$[r".