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Re: Mouse support does not work

From: Aaron Meurer
Subject: Re: Mouse support does not work
Date: Sat, 14 Jan 2012 10:26:22 -0700

The problem I'm encountering is that when I scroll by the smallest
amount with the mouse, it scrolls by two lines.  I have the
mouse-wheel-scroll-amount set to 1.  If I set it to 2, it scrolls by
4, and so on.  vim does the same thing, so I suspect that what's
happening is that a single scroll is being reported as two. But the
only way to be sure would be to get something that echos all
keystrokes, so I could see if a single scroll is really being reported
as two mouse-5 events.  C-h k won't work for this, because it only
would show the first such event (if my theory is correct).

Actually, I think I figured out that it's correct anyway, because I
did C-h k and then scrolled up, and it showed me the help for mouse-5
*and then* scrolled the document up by exactly one line.

So I'll be reporting this as a bug to iTerm2.  I'll post back here if
I find a solution.

Aaron Meurer

On Sat, Jan 14, 2012 at 9:53 AM, Drew Adams <> wrote:
>> Going back to my scrolling problem, is there a way to echo all
>> keystrokes?  I mean, something similar to C-h k, except it echos
>> multiple keystrokes.  I suspect that either my trackpad or iTerm2 may
>> be reporting a single scroll as two scrolls, hence the multiplying by
>> two problem.
> Not sure what you are asking or what problem you are encountering, but maybe
> option `echo-keystrokes' will help?

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