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Doesn't display all ANSI correctly #1

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sairuk opened this Issue Feb 10, 2016 · 5 comments

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sairuk commented Feb 10, 2016

Script seems trip up on some ANSI's then not reset itself properly for the next. While it will play others perfectly fine.

Need some more information on ANSI codes.

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sairuk commented Feb 10, 2016

Examples of the problem

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@sairuk sairuk changed the title from Doesn't display all ANSI's correctly to Doesn't display all ANSI correctly Feb 10, 2016

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sairuk commented Feb 12, 2016

There is also a case where the newline will not write correctly, may be related to the above.

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sairuk commented Feb 14, 2016

I have changed the escape code used from clear [2J the screen to reset [033c which appears in testing a much better solution, the terminal was switching modes and never resetting properly between ANSI

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sairuk commented Feb 15, 2016

Escape code change fixed issue as shown in images

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sairuk commented Mar 4, 2016

@Commodork re-experienced this issue with v02 after an extended run. We don't know the triggering file yet though

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