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Re: C-k messes up display -- have to redraw-display


From: Dale Snell
Subject: Re: C-k messes up display -- have to redraw-display
Date: Wed, 3 Aug 2016 19:55:30 -0700

On Wed, 3 Aug 2016 16:22:58 -0700 (PDT), in message
address@hidden,
address@hidden wrote:

> some new information
> 1) it happens in a graphics display not a text window (sorry -- I
> thought it happened in both, so I did not specify it) 2) I installed
> emacs 25.1-rc1 -- the same thing happens i.e.
> > pwd
> /tmp/emacs-25.1
> > emacs -Q  t.tex  #file with 1 letter per line -- a to h
> a
> b
> c
> d
> e
> f
> g
> h
> #I put the cursor at a and press C-k -- it clears to the end of line
> #I press C-k again to get rid of the blank line and the display then
> looks like b
> h
> h
> h
> h
> h
> h
> 
> M-x redraw display fixes it
> b
> c
> d
> e
> f
> g
> h
> 


Hello Rob,

I have tried this in both 24.5.1 (the version that ships with
Fedora 23) and 25.1-rc1, which I downloaded and compiled
specifically for this test.  In neither case did your bug show up.
When I positioned the cursor over the "a" and hit C-k C-k, the
letter and then the blank line disappeared as expected.  The rest
of the characters remained as expected as well.

I am left to suspect that there is something amiss with your
setup.  I'm afraid I have no idea what that could be.

Sorry I couldn't be of more help.

--Dale

-- 
“Zathras is used to being beast of burden to other people's needs.
Very sad life.  Probably have very sad death, but at least there
is symmetry.”
    -- Zathras, _Babylon 5_, "War Without End, Part 1"



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