That does make things more interesting. I'm sure there are people out there that can type fast enough to saturate 9600 bps. I may be one of them. Most of the pasting I do (out of necessity) is through either Terminal.app or PuTTY, although GPM pastes at full speed as well.

I haven't used screen in ages. Does it intentionally slow the paste speed down?

Quoting Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de>:

> lucidpark.net dixit:
>
>> entered at very high speed (instantly, as when comming from a paste
>> buffer).
>
> GNU screen pastes slower.
>
> And my hardware DEC VT420 can paste as well. At 9600 bps.
>
> //mirabile
> --
> Subject: crazy fix for zlib
> we get the good interface we want, apache gets the broken api they want.
> i guess it is kinda twisted though.
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