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Slightly obscure "framer" lossage
- To: Doug Dodds <DODDS at SCRC-TENEX>, TIM at MIT-MC
- Subject: Slightly obscure "framer" lossage
- From: David A. Moon <Moon at SCRC-TENEX>
- Date: Mon ,23 Jul 84 23:30:00 EDT
- Cc: BUG-ZWEI at MIT-OZ
- In-reply-to: <840721144832.6.DODDS@ANNISQUAM.SCRC.Symbolics>
Date: Saturday, 21 July 1984, 14:48-EDT
From: Doug Dodds <DODDS at SCRC-TENEX>
Date: Friday, 20 July 1984, 14:49-EDT
From: David A. Moon <Moon at SCRC-TENEX>
Date: Friday, 20 July 1984, 03:40-EDT
From: <TIM at MIT-MC>
When an editor line occupies more than one physical line on the screen
(i.e. wraps around) and the cursor is anywhere other than on the first
physical line of that editor line, the redisplayer's framer loses...
Thanks for the report. I fixed this in the development system when it
was first reported. I believe the fix is included in Release 5.2,
currently in QA, although I did not actually go and verify the truth of
Oops, not quite fixed, it appears....
Thanks for pushing on this. I -really- fixed it, in the source, now by removing
some confused code from editor redisplay. The amazingly random behavior of
c-0 c-L was a function of whether the line that was trying to be at the top
of the window had been modified more or less recently than the line currently
at the top of the window.
So it's only semi-fixed in 5.2.