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Vim display and input issues when using 'set term=xterm' on Windows 8.1 as of v15.09.08 #321

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jamesthomasonjr opened this Issue Sep 13, 2015 · 4 comments

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jamesthomasonjr commented Sep 13, 2015

Vim display and input issues

Description

Having the line set term=xterm in a loaded vimrc file seems to cause weird input/output issues where the output isn't properly formatted (especially apparent in netrw or nerdtree), and input is entered along the bottom of the console window rather than handled properly.

First Appearance

The bug first appeared on release v15.09.08.
The prior release (v15.08.13c) seems to handle set term=xterm properly.

Software

I have currently only tried using vim74w32 with vim74rt on Windows 8.1, so cannot comment on what other versions of vim or windows this effects.

Reproducing

  • Open vim in ConEmu
  • Type :set term=xterm

Similar issues

  • #320, recently closed by @vexe (never solved)

Temporary fix suggestions for end-users

  • set term=win32
    • Colors will not look good
  • Downgrade to v15.08.13c.
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jamesthomasonjr Sep 22, 2015

@Maximus5 thanks for the quick fix!
Sorry for the delayed response.

I've also found set term=pcansi worked well as an alternative for me, and provides better mouse support.

jamesthomasonjr commented Sep 22, 2015

@Maximus5 thanks for the quick fix!
Sorry for the delayed response.

I've also found set term=pcansi worked well as an alternative for me, and provides better mouse support.

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schlichtanders Dec 14, 2017

happens to me again with my current conemu version (not really old) which version info would you need, and how to get it?

schlichtanders commented Dec 14, 2017

happens to me again with my current conemu version (not really old) which version info would you need, and how to get it?

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