zsh command line and speakup

Joseph C. Lininger jbahm at pcdesk.net
Sun Jun 20 05:37:46 EDT 2004

Hash: SHA1

Looks like a curser tracking problem. Check that zsh is emulating the proper 
terminal, then see if zsh has an option to change the appearance of the 
curser. Since I don't use zsh, that's about the best I can do.
- ---
Joseph C. Lininger
jbahm at pcdesk.net
note, the following is used for automated processing. Please leave in tact 
if quoting me in a reply.
Verification: 5eab38a77ac40416e075be8f50607ff7
- ----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Justin Ekis" <jekis at fastmail.us>
To: <speakup at braille.uwo.ca>
Sent: Saturday, June 19, 2004 7:28 PM
Subject: zsh command line and speakup

> Hi all.
> I'm trying to switch to the zsh shell but I'm getting some odd behavior 
> which is a little hard to explain and somewhat annoying. Using zsh, when I 
> type the second character of a command speakup always repeats the first 
> two letters I typed again. This doesn't happen with any other shell or 
> anywhere else where you'd type at a prompt.
> It used to show up in lftp but it's mysteriously gone now.
> Any ideas what could be causing this? I'm using slackware current with zsh 
> 4.2.0. Yes I know current can be unstable but I've been using it for 
> months now and this is the first even minor glitch.
> Thanks in advance for any advice.
> _______________________________________________
> Speakup mailing list
> Speakup at braille.uwo.ca
> http://speech.braille.uwo.ca/mailman/listinfo/speakup
Version: PGP 8.0.3


More information about the Speakup mailing list