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Re: go down in seconds after scrolling up

From: ︶ㄣ無名氏
Subject: Re: go down in seconds after scrolling up
Date: Thu, 14 May 2009 11:12:26 +0800

I know why it will automatically jump the back of the history. That is
I set `hardstatus alwayslastline mystring'.
Using the `CTRL-A [' key sequence to enter scrollback mode is a good idea.
Is there other way to solve the problem, let me use the `SHIFT+PaUp'
to scroll back?

On Thu, May 14, 2009 at 05:19, David <address@hidden> wrote:
> I believe this behavior happens only when there is activity going on, on the
> screen  (like compiling a program).
> You can pause all activity with Ctrl-S and resume with Ctrl-Q, as described
> on:
>          That should let you scroll back up without it automatically jumping
> back to the bottom.
> For scrollback mode, I use:    "Ctrl-A Escape"
> 2009/5/13 tianlijian <address@hidden>
>> When i use the `Shift+PgUp' to scroll back to the bash history, it
>> will scroll down automatically in few seconds. What can i do to
>> prevent it?
>> thanks!
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