Bug#1033159: terminology: When using vim with Terminology the underline atribute gets turned on when scrolling.

Ross Vandegrift rvandegrift at debian.org
Mon Mar 20 15:38:32 GMT 2023

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Hi Jon,

On Sat, Mar 18, 2023 at 03:16:14PM +0000, Jon Westgate wrote:
> How to produce:
> open vim inside terminology enit a file that is larger than the
> terminal and requires scrolling (it shows best with a 2 page document
> with a reasonable coverage of text) simply scroll up of down past the
> current view point and you will note that new text has the underline
> atribute set. Scrolling back up will result in off screen text being
> rendered with underline attribute set as it comes back down into view.

I've seen this bug occasionally, thanks for the details.  I suspect it's
a bug in terminology, but I can't reproduce with my current window a
large log file I happen to have lying around.

Could you provide some more info?

- what's your window geometry?
- can you provide a sample file (or generation instructions) that
  trigger it?
- what do you mean "scrolling"? (scrolling in vim via mouse or keyboard
  vs. scrolling back in the terminology scrollback buffer)


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