#76 Unicode characters break cursor in status line

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2014-01-27
2013-11-04
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Typing in the status line causes the cursor to jump two positions when Unicode characters are input. This happens when changing the windows' names, running commands and everything else I could test. The attached video illustrates the issue.

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  • Do you have status-utf8 turned on?

     
    • Hi, Nicholas.

      Yes, I did have the status-utf8 turned on. I never heard about it before,
      so went to the manual and read that it should be off by default, but since
      my locale is en_US.UTF-8 tmux detected I'm using UTF-8 and turned it on
      without my intervention.

      With status-utf8 turned off the accents work as expected in the status
      line. But given the description and the default behavior, I believe I
      should have it turned on and everything should work right, is that correct?

      If you'd like I can open a shared tmux session with you so you can play
      around.

      Thanks for your interest in this issue.

      On Mon, Jan 27, 2014 at 9:30 AM, Nicholas Marriott nicm@users.sf.netwrote:

      Do you have status-utf8 turned on?

      Status: open
      Created: Mon Nov 04, 2013 07:35 PM UTC by Leandro Facchinetti
      Last Updated: Mon Nov 04, 2013 07:35 PM UTC
      Owner: nobody

      Typing in the status line causes the cursor to jump two positions when
      Unicode characters are input. This happens when changing the windows'
      names, running commands and everything else I could test. The attached
      video illustrates the issue.


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  • tmux doesn't currently support UTF-8 input.

    -------- Original message --------
    From: Leandro Facchinetti leafac@users.sf.net
    Date: 28/01/2014 17:28 (GMT+00:00)
    To: "[tmux:tickets]" 76@tickets.tmux.p.re.sf.net
    Subject: [tmux:tickets] Re: #76 Unicode characters break cursor in status line

    Hi, Nicholas.

    Yes, I did have the status-utf8 turned on. I never heard about it before,
    so went to the manual and read that it should be off by default, but since
    my locale is en_US.UTF-8 tmux detected I'm using UTF-8 and turned it on
    without my intervention.

    With status-utf8 turned off the accents work as expected in the status
    line. But given the description and the default behavior, I believe I
    should have it turned on and everything should work right, is that correct?

    If you'd like I can open a shared tmux session with you so you can play
    around.

    Thanks for your interest in this issue.

    On Mon, Jan 27, 2014 at 9:30 AM, Nicholas Marriott nicm@users.sf.netwrote:

    Do you have status-utf8 turned on?

    Status: open
    Created: Mon Nov 04, 2013 07:35 PM UTC by Leandro Facchinetti
    Last Updated: Mon Nov 04, 2013 07:35 PM UTC
    Owner: nobody

    Typing in the status line causes the cursor to jump two positions when
    Unicode characters are input. This happens when changing the windows'
    names, running commands and everything else I could test. The attached
    video illustrates the issue.


    Sent from sourceforge.net because you indicated interest in
    https://sourceforge.net/p/tmux/tickets/76/

    To unsubscribe from further messages, please visit
    https://sourceforge.net/auth/subscriptions/

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    leafac.com


    [tickets:#76] Unicode characters break cursor in status line

    Status: open
    Created: Mon Nov 04, 2013 07:35 PM UTC by Leandro Facchinetti
    Last Updated: Mon Jan 27, 2014 11:30 AM UTC
    Owner: nobody

    Typing in the status line causes the cursor to jump two positions when Unicode characters are input. This happens when changing the windows' names, running commands and everything else I could test. The atta

     

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