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tmux display #1775

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isamuelson opened this Issue Dec 7, 2018 · 10 comments

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isamuelson commented Dec 7, 2018

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LesterCovax commented Dec 14, 2018

I think that's just a tmux/bash issue. If you hit enter or run clear (or clear -t ansi to not screw up TrueColor) bash should redraw the cursor in the correct position I'd also try it with powerline-status disabled in case that's the issue (which you can also easily enable for tmux, btw).

Either way, I'm running the latest ConEmu with WSL(bridge)/powerline/tmux as well with no issues:

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JawnZ commented Dec 19, 2018

I believe it's similar to #1722

@LesterCovax if you open VIM in a tmux window, it doesn't have redraw issues?

it could be because your powerline is forcing a redraw maybe?

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LesterCovax commented Dec 26, 2018

@JawnZ no issues with VIM in a tmux session when I tested it. I tested with powerline for tmux enabled and disabled with no issues. Whether or not powerline is being used shouldn't matter as far as I can tell since it's also susceptible to the same issue of being supplied incorrect ANSI sequences.

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JawnZ commented Jan 24, 2019

190108 (Preview) appears to have fixed this issue for me.

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Maximus5 commented Jan 24, 2019

Can anyone approve the fix?
@isamuelson?

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isamuelson commented Jan 24, 2019

clear -t ANSI or clear didn't solve it for me

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techexo commented Feb 14, 2019

@Maximus5 The issue is still present. There is the exact same problem described in #1159 .
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I am currently trying to figure out what is causing this, because using tmux+zsh in an SSH session doesn't lead to the issue on another of my computer. It could either be a ZSH theme issue, or a different tmux version, or an oh-my-zsh issue. I'll update this feed.

Edit: I confirm that the issue is present on tmux 2.8 (Debian testing), but not on tmux 2.3 (Debian stable), whatever the theme used.

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JawnZ commented Feb 15, 2019

I'm having this issue still as well. I thought it was fixed, but it's still happening, very noticeable in tmux in VIM.

I'm using BASH

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Maximus5 commented Feb 17, 2019

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techexo commented Feb 18, 2019

@Maximus5 The issue with the leading blank line is solved with 190217 as far as I'm concerned.

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