I used 'lxterminal 0.3.0'.
According to what you said, i upgraded it to testing version 'lxterminal
Now, it works.
Have a good day.
Le 14/02/2018 à 02:31, James McCoy a écrit :
> On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 12:11:47PM +0100, Luffah wrote:
>> When i open `nvim -u NONE` and i press ':' command line
>> shows special chars like":]2 q" instead of ":" .
> Quoting from upstream's [FAQ]:
>> This is a bug in your terminal emulator. It happens because Nvim sends
>> cursor-shape termcodes by default, if the terminal appears to be
>> xterm-compatible (TERM=xterm-256color).
>> To workaround the issue, you can:
>> * Use a different terminal emulator
>> * Disable guicursor in your Nvim config:
>> set guicursor=
> What terminal emulator are you using?