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Re: lynx-dev annoying blinking of lynx with ncurses

From: Atsuhito Kohda
Subject: Re: lynx-dev annoying blinking of lynx with ncurses
Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2001 08:00:14 +0900

From: Hataguchi Takeshi <address@hidden>
Subject: Re: lynx-dev annoying blinking of lynx with ncurses
Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2001 22:36:35 +0900 (JST)

> On Sun, 14 Oct 2001, Atsuhito Kohda wrote:
> > The only one problem I found is; when I setted
> > 
> > EXTERNAL:ftp:w3m %s:TRUE
> > EXTERNAL:file:w3m %s:TRUE
> > EXTERNAL:http:w3m %s:TRUE
> > EXTERNAL:http:wget %s:TRUE
> > EXTERNAL:http:wget -r %s:TRUE
> > EXTERNAL:ftp:netscape %s:TRUE
> > EXTERNAL:file:netscape %s:TRUE
> > EXTERNAL:http:netscape %s:TRUE
> > 
> > and press , (comma key) then small window appeared in top right
> > corner to select external commands and I pressed enter key
> > (i.e. select w3m) then the characters which was covered under
> > the small window appeared again but they were not correct (i.e.
> > Mojibake occured!).
> I'm sorry that I couldn't understand what you wrote well...  Didn't
> w3m run after pressing enter key? 

Yes, w3m run after pressing enter key.  However,

1) lynx's popup window appeared to select external commands
2) pressed enter key
3) popup window disappered
4) lynx appeared again for a few seconds
5) then w3m ran

and I mean, at the stage 4) above, lynx displaied wrong
characters.  Sorry for my poor explanation but I hope
you can understand what I want to say.

And I found that the problem occured very rarely,
as if where the popup window cut off the underlying
(2 byte?) characters was a key point.

As far as I know, the only one certain way to cause the 
problem is;
and call w3m _immediately_

But if you do scrolling before pressing , (comma key) then 
the problem will not occur perhaps.

Please let me know if you can't understand my explanation.

Best regards,                   2001.10.19

 Debian Developer & Debian JP Developer - much more I18N of Debian
 Atsuhito Kohda <address@hidden>
 Department of Math., Tokushima Univ.

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