> It's not Zsh that's eating my Enter (or Tab) key but X (or maybe the > terminal emulator). It doesn't happen all the time but "often". I > can't find any pattern in this.
I sometimes find that I have to wait 10-40 seconds or so until the completions are shown. Or, when I do a ls /usr/bin (for instance), sometimes I see the result immediately, sometimes it takes 10-15 seconds after pressing the enter key, until the files are displayed. Could be attributed in my case to networking issues (my $HOME is on a Samba-mounted netdrive), so it could be a timing/caching issue. But this does, of course, not explain why your two terminals should behave differently. You did not say how frequent this occurs. Could it be that it happens rarely enough, that just by accident you have observed it only with one terminal type, but not with the other? Does the X terminal sometimes "eat" other keys too when you are typing fast? And I still would find it worth a try - despite what has been suggested earlier in this thread - to see whether the same behaviour exists with bash (or other applications reading keystrokes). Ronald -- Ronald Fischer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Phone: +49-89-452133-162 -- Unsubscribe info: http://cygwin.com/ml/#unsubscribe-simple Problem reports: http://cygwin.com/problems.html Documentation: http://x.cygwin.com/docs/ FAQ: http://x.cygwin.com/docs/faq/