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Minibuffer collapses to one line in terminal emacs #1528

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amosbird opened this issue Apr 10, 2018 · 3 comments
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Minibuffer collapses to one line in terminal emacs #1528

amosbird opened this issue Apr 10, 2018 · 3 comments

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@amosbird
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@amosbird amosbird commented Apr 10, 2018

Hi, when there is an active process-buffer in one frame, all other frames' ivy buffer collapse to one line. I've found a consitent way to reproduce.

Step to reproduce in terminal:

make plain  (with -nw flag)
(add-hook 'minibuffer-setup-hook (lambda () (setq truncate-lines t)))
(make-process
 :name "foo"
 :connection-type 'pipe
 :coding 'no-conversion
 :command '("sleep" "100")
 :stderr "foostderr"
 :noquery t)
(make-frame-command)
(switch-to-buffer "foostderr")
press "C-x 5 o"
press "M-x"

a somehow related issue #77

@basil-conto
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@basil-conto basil-conto commented Apr 10, 2018

I sporadically see this under graphical Emacs, too, especially when performing Elisp completion in eval-expression. My usual workaround is to quit the current completion, invoke counsel-M-x, quit that, and go back to eval-expression.

@abo-abo
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@abo-abo abo-abo commented Apr 13, 2018

I sporadically see this under graphical Emacs

I think I saw it too. Would be nice to get a reproducible scenario.

@abo-abo
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@abo-abo abo-abo commented Apr 13, 2018

@amosbird I can reproduce your recipe in -nw, but not with the graphical one.

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