When joe v 2.9.8 is loading (just after you type `joe
filename` and before you see the text appear on screen),
typing ^Y will suspend the program.
This is a problem because if you know that you don't
want the first couple lines of text, ^Y is the command in
joe to delete them. In pine, I *always* want to delete
the first two lines of text, meaning I keep inadvertantly
suspending joe and exiting the terminal window I'm in
when I'm just trying to reply to an email.
I have not seen this problem before 2.9.8; in pre1 it did
To reproduce the problem, try to open joe on a large file
so that there's some lag between hitting return and being
able to edit text.
I have replicated this bug in solaris 5.8, but have not
found it in Redhat8, Redhat6, or Debian woody linux for