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Can't delete word lefward to the cursor when at the bottom of the screen #1055

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TheCloudlessSky opened this Issue Mar 1, 2017 · 1 comment

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TheCloudlessSky commented Mar 1, 2017

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ConEmu build: 170227 x64
OS version: Windows 7 x64
Used shell version (Far Manager, git-bash, cmd, powershell, cygwin, whatever): cmd it also happens in powershell

Problem description

I have Ctrl+Backspace set to Delete word leftward to the cursor (ignored in Far):

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When I try to Ctrl+Backspace when the cursor is at the bottom of the window, it does not delete the word (it does nothing).

Steps to reproduce

  1. Enable keyboard shortcut for Ctrl+Backspace as Delete word leftward to the cursor (ignored in Far)
  2. Open Conemu with CMD: $ ConEmu64.exe -Dir c:\ -Max -run cmd
  3. Fill the screen with commands until the cursor is at the bottom of the window.
  4. Type a command and try to Ctrl+Backspace.

Actual results

The word leftward to the cursor is not deleted.

Expected results

The word leftward to the cursor should be deleted. It works fine when the cursor is not at the bottom of the window.

Additional files

2017-03-01_11-58-14

At the end of the gif (when the cursor is at the last line), I'm trying to Ctrl+Backspace but it doesn't do anything.

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TheCloudlessSky Mar 21, 2017

@Maximus5 I've updated to version 170316 (preview) and this seem to be fixed. Thanks!

TheCloudlessSky commented Mar 21, 2017

@Maximus5 I've updated to version 170316 (preview) and this seem to be fixed. Thanks!

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