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Bug Windows 64bit #2715

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TDamiao opened this Issue Feb 26, 2018 · 9 comments

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TDamiao commented Feb 26, 2018

    Hyper 1.4.8
    Electron 1.7.8
    win32 x64 10.0.16299

in the "Clear" command does not delete the entire screen only makes it available to re-register, visually disrupting the concern
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@TDamiao TDamiao changed the title Windows 64bit Bug Windows 64bit Feb 28, 2018

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rianquinn commented Mar 1, 2018

I think this is is the reason why Vim and Nano are not working for me. When I try to use Vim or Nano, I get a corrupt screen:

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If I run clear, I get the same issue. This bug has made Hyper completely unusable at the moment. I really hope this gets fixed quickly.

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rianquinn commented Mar 1, 2018

I can also confirm that this is an issue with Canary 14.

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albinekb commented Mar 1, 2018

Are you sure this is an issue with hyper and not something with your config? Please fill in the issue template.

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rianquinn commented Mar 1, 2018

For me at least, it is not my config. I just completely uninstalled hyper, deleted all of the files it tossed in my use folder, reinstalled 2.0 Canary14, and then ran vim again and it did the same thing you see above.

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rianquinn commented Mar 1, 2018

The biggest issue for me at the moment is both Nano and Vim are having this issue, so checking code into GitHub is basically impossible with Hyper, which sucks because I hate the alternatives.

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rianquinn commented Mar 1, 2018

Here is my config (should just be the stock config):

// Future versions of Hyper may add additional config options,
// which will not automatically be merged into this file.
// See https://hyper.is#cfg for all currently supported options.

module.exports = {
  config: {
    // choose either `'stable'` for receiving highly polished,
    // or `'canary'` for less polished but more frequent updates
    updateChannel: 'stable',

    // default font size in pixels for all tabs
    fontSize: 12,

    // font family with optional fallbacks
    fontFamily: 'Menlo, "DejaVu Sans Mono", Consolas, "Lucida Console", monospace',

    // default font weight: 'normal' or 'bold'
    fontWeight: 'normal',

    // font weight for bold characters: 'normal' or 'bold'
    fontWeightBold: 'bold',

    // terminal cursor background color and opacity (hex, rgb, hsl, hsv, hwb or cmyk)
    cursorColor: 'rgba(248,28,229,0.8)',

    // terminal text color under BLOCK cursor
    cursorAccentColor: '#000',

    // `'BEAM'` for |, `'UNDERLINE'` for _, `'BLOCK'` for █
    cursorShape: 'BLOCK',

    // set to `true` (without backticks and without quotes) for blinking cursor
    cursorBlink: false,

    // color of the text
    foregroundColor: '#fff',

    // terminal background color
    // opacity is only supported on macOS
    backgroundColor: '#000',

    // terminal selection color
    selectionColor: 'rgba(248,28,229,0.3)',

    // border color (window, tabs)
    borderColor: '#333',

    // custom CSS to embed in the main window
    css: '',

    // custom CSS to embed in the terminal window
    termCSS: '',

    // set to `true` (without backticks and without quotes) if you're using a
    // Linux setup that doesn't show native menus
    // default: `false` on Linux, `true` on Windows, ignored on macOS
    showHamburgerMenu: '',

    // set to `false` (without backticks and without quotes) if you want to hide the minimize, maximize and close buttons
    // additionally, set to `'left'` if you want them on the left, like in Ubuntu
    // default: `true` (without backticks and without quotes) on Windows and Linux, ignored on macOS
    showWindowControls: '',

    // custom padding (CSS format, i.e.: `top right bottom left`)
    padding: '12px 14px',

    // the full list. if you're going to provide the full color palette,
    // including the 6 x 6 color cubes and the grayscale map, just provide
    // an array here instead of a color map object
    colors: {
      black: '#000000',
      red: '#C51E14',
      green: '#1DC121',
      yellow: '#C7C329',
      blue: '#0A2FC4',
      magenta: '#C839C5',
      cyan: '#20C5C6',
      white: '#C7C7C7',
      lightBlack: '#686868',
      lightRed: '#FD6F6B',
      lightGreen: '#67F86F',
      lightYellow: '#FFFA72',
      lightBlue: '#6A76FB',
      lightMagenta: '#FD7CFC',
      lightCyan: '#68FDFE',
      lightWhite: '#FFFFFF',
    },

    // the shell to run when spawning a new session (i.e. /usr/local/bin/fish)
    // if left empty, your system's login shell will be used by default
    //
    // Windows
    // - Make sure to use a full path if the binary name doesn't work
    // - Remove `--login` in shellArgs
    //
    // Bash on Windows
    // - Example: `C:\\Windows\\System32\\bash.exe`
    //
    // PowerShell on Windows
    // - Example: `C:\\WINDOWS\\System32\\WindowsPowerShell\\v1.0\\powershell.exe`
    shell: '',

    // for setting shell arguments (i.e. for using interactive shellArgs: `['-i']`)
    // by default `['--login']` will be used
    shellArgs: ['--login'],

    // for environment variables
    env: {},

    // set to `false` for no bell
    bell: 'SOUND',

    // if `true` (without backticks and without quotes), selected text will automatically be copied to the clipboard
    copyOnSelect: false,

    // if `true` (without backticks and without quotes), hyper will be set as the default protocol client for SSH
    defaultSSHApp: true,

    // if `true` (without backticks and without quotes), on right click selected text will be copied or pasted if no
    // selection is present (`true` by default on Windows and disables the context menu feature)
    // quickEdit: true,

    // URL to custom bell
    // bellSoundURL: 'http://example.com/bell.mp3',

    // for advanced config flags please refer to https://hyper.is/#cfg
  },

  // a list of plugins to fetch and install from npm
  // format: [@org/]project[#version]
  // examples:
  //   `hyperpower`
  //   `@company/project`
  //   `project#1.0.1`
  plugins: [],

  // in development, you can create a directory under
  // `~/.hyper_plugins/local/` and include it here
  // to load it and avoid it being `npm install`ed
  localPlugins: [],

  keymaps: {
    // Example
    // 'window:devtools': 'cmd+alt+o',
  },
};
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rianquinn commented Mar 1, 2018

I should also note that this seems to be an issue only when I ssh into a remote box. If I use Vim to edit a file local to my machine, it works fine. Once I ssh into my remote box, and then use Vim, Nano or Clear, that's when it all goes to hell.

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rianquinn commented Mar 21, 2018

I can confirm that env: { TERM: 'cygwin' } fixes this issue

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TDamiao commented Mar 21, 2018

Thank you @rianquinn

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