|Subject:||Re: Several queries|
|Date:||Thu, 05 Oct 2017 22:45:25 +0500|
1. I am using iTerm2 on macOS, with TERM as xterm-256color in my bashrc. I am not able to use mouse-scroll. I added "termcapinfo xterm* ti@:address@hidden to my .screenrc, but it doesn’t workYou can also try to put this in your .screenrc: etenv TERM screen shell -$SHELL shell -bash activity "Activity in %t(%n)" attrcolor b ".I" # allow bold colors - necessary for some reason termcapinfo xterm 'Co#256:AB=\E[48;5;%dm:AF=\E[38;5;%dm' # tell screen how to set colors. AB = background, AF=foreground defbce on # use current bg color for erased chars terminfo xterm* ti=:te= term screen
2. Many times when I run a long-output-generating script, suddenly some garbage output gets pasted onto my terminal even after I have CTRL-C’ed the command (either within vim or in the shell prompt itself). A CTRL-L solves the issue, though.Does your script send some of the screen's paste commands?
3. Coming from tmux, miss the feature where I could zoom onto a tmux-pane and unzoom back after some moments. Is there I way I could expand a splitted region to occupy the whole width/height temporarily and un-expand it back so that the existing splits/regions stay back?You can use "layout" and "resize" for this. Some good tips here: https://superuser.com/questions/687348/how-to-persist-gnu-screen-layout-after-restart
4. When I close a full-region command, say vim or top, even with ‘altscreen on’, the prompt jumps to the bottom of the terminal (though altscreen is serving its purpose of clearing the screen above the prompt). Is thee a way the prompt stays back at the place from which the command started? I remember I did not see this problem on some older version of screen on a friend’s system.Ref. to the termcap setting above.
5. Is there a subreddit for gnu-screen? I couldn’t find one. I would be glad to create and manage one if you people are interested.A new GNU screen forum at reddit would be nice. :)
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