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Re: 21.0.96 and 21.0.97: bizarre next-line behavior


From: Gerd Moellmann
Subject: Re: 21.0.96 and 21.0.97: bizarre next-line behavior
Date: 05 Feb 2001 12:49:39 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.09 (Gnus v5.9.0) Emacs/21.0.98

"E. Jay Berkenbilt" <address@hidden> writes:

> I apologize for this extremely vague bug report, but I cannot
> reproduce this behavior reliably yet.  When I can, I'll submit a
> proper report.
> 
> Since 21.0.96, I've seen several occurrences of C-n working normally
> until the cursor gets to the last line after which it acts more like
> return.  In other words, the cursor moves to the next line each time I
> hit C-n unless it's on the last line in which case it actually breaks
> the line at that point while keeping the cursor over same place as if
> I had hit return instead.  C-p goes back up, then C-n goes back and a
> second C-n continues to break the line.  Hitting C-e and C-a and then
> doing more C-n seems to restore C-n to its proper behavior.  I don't
> know what happens to get a buffer into this state.  Studying C-h l has
> not helped so far.  I report this in case anyone can think of why this
> may be happening.  In the mean time, I will continue trying to figure
> out what gets emacs into this state.

Thanks for the report.  I think this is fixed in our current sources.

Please send further pretest reports to address@hidden
(M-x report-emacs-bug does that).



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