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counsel-yank-pop ignores some kill-ring entries #973
I've noticed that counsel-yank-pop seems to not display some entries from the kill-ring. I don't know the exact criteria, but it seems to ignore short entries that contain contain non-ASCII characters.
For example, the following kill-ring entries do not appear in the counsel-yank-pop completion list:
are similarly ignored. However the entries:
all appear in the list as expected.
Also, an unrelated question:- if I do an accidental yank-pop (via M-y), Emacs tells me that the "Previous command was not a yank". However, the behaviour of counsel-yank-pop is different, bringing up the completion list regardless of the previous command. Can I change this?
If it matters, I'm running swiper 0.9.0 and mac-port Emacs 25.2.1 on macOS 10.12.4, although I see the same result on GNU NS Emacs.
There's no reason to change it. The default restriction is pretty arbitrary and inconvenient. And you can quit