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Re: X 'loses text' after sleep

On Mon, Apr 01, 2002 at 06:54:02PM -0700, Chris Tillman wrote:

> When editing in emacs, if I kill the last half of the line, or use
> Ctrl-Q to re-wrap, a 'shadow' of the letters that were there remains
> at the end of the paragraph. I see a similar effect on the command
> line, so I guess readline would be the common denominator. But I also
> see the same effect in nano. And the most obvious one, is when using
> Shift-PgUp to scroll back up to lines which have already left the
> screen in the console. There, random letters appear and disappear. You
> can make it better by going up past the point you want to read, then
> back down.
> I use an iMac 350, I also saw the same thing on an oldWorld
> PowerComputing 180.

Happens on my ibook too. Ctrl-L takes care of it but its very annoying.



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