RE: RE: RE: Two issues with Xwin

2007-08-29 Thread Thorsten Kampe
* Ronald Fischer (Wed, 29 Aug 2007 10:20:18 +0200) Thorsten wrote: I have two issues that I've been experiencing for quite a long time: * using a terminal and a shell I often have to enter Enter or Tab twice to get the desired effect. How come? [...] At the time the OP had just

RE: RE: RE: RE: Two issues with Xwin

2007-08-29 Thread Ronald Fischer
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

RE: RE: RE: Two issues with Xwin

2007-08-28 Thread Ronald Fischer
* Ronald Fischer (Mon, 27 Aug 2007 15:57:34 +0200) This suggest that different dot-files are sourced in the two cases. When I run bash (in my case) either from cmd or started by XWin, I also have differences in which dot-files are sourced, so this is the first place you might want to

Re: RE: RE: Two issues with Xwin

2007-08-28 Thread Matt Wozniski
Thorsten wrote: I have two issues that I've been experiencing for quite a long time: * using a terminal and a shell I often have to enter Enter or Tab twice to get the desired effect. How come? Ronald wrote: Which effect do you desire? (Filename completion, command completion, ...)? Thorsten

RE: Two issues with Xwin

2007-08-27 Thread Ronald Fischer
* using a terminal and a shell I often have to enter Enter or Tab twice to get the desired effect. How come? Which effect do you desire? (Filename completion, command completion, ...)? Which shell? How did you configure it? (i.e. if you are talking about readline functionality, what's the

Re: Two issues with Xwin

2007-08-27 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin X)
On 08/25/2007, Thorsten Kampe wrote: * I regularly lose the mouse pointer and I'm unable to the the cursor anymore in applications like Konsole (either natively or running as X client on a Linux host). The mouse still works if I blindly click somewhere, just the cursor is gone. This happens

Re: Two issues with Xwin

2007-08-27 Thread Thorsten Kampe
* Larry Hall (Cygwin X) (Mon, 27 Aug 2007 09:10:28 -0400) On 08/25/2007, Thorsten Kampe wrote: * I regularly lose the mouse pointer and I'm unable to the the cursor anymore in applications like Konsole (either natively or running as X client on a Linux host). The mouse still works if I

RE: Two issues with Xwin

2007-08-27 Thread Thorsten Kampe
* Ronald Fischer (Mon, 27 Aug 2007 09:42:20 +0200) * using a terminal and a shell I often have to enter Enter or Tab twice to get the desired effect. How come? Which effect do you desire? (Filename completion, command completion, ...)? The desired effect for the Enter key would be to

Re: Two issues with Xwin

2007-08-27 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin X)
Thorsten Kampe wrote: * Larry Hall (Cygwin X) (Mon, 27 Aug 2007 09:10:28 -0400) On 08/25/2007, Thorsten Kampe wrote: * I regularly lose the mouse pointer and I'm unable to the the cursor anymore in applications like Konsole (either natively or running as X client on a Linux host). The mouse

RE: RE: Two issues with Xwin

2007-08-27 Thread Thorsten Kampe
* Ronald Fischer (Mon, 27 Aug 2007 15:57:34 +0200) This suggest that different dot-files are sourced in the two cases. When I run bash (in my case) either from cmd or started by XWin, I also have differences in which dot-files are sourced, so this is the first place you might want to look.

Two issues with Xwin

2007-08-25 Thread Thorsten Kampe
Hi, I have two issues that I've been experiencing for quite a long time: * using a terminal and a shell I often have to enter Enter or Tab twice to get the desired effect. How come? * I regularly lose the mouse pointer and I'm unable to the the cursor anymore in applications like Konsole