when i try to paste a ` (dunno what it is called ... it's the 'other' character on the tilde key ...) into a joe window, it doesn't paste as intended.
if i attempt to copy/paste in:
it instead appears as:
with the "P" & "M" underscored.
it's likely an ascii/escape issue ... but what/where is the setting to allow correct pasting? is it a joe issue, or a terminal issue?
(this is driving me nuts ...)
That character is called a backtick and since it's probably (near)impossible for your terminal to correctly translate what you past into it, you get that odd effect. When possible, I use the ^B ^K ^C to copy code with backticks, rather than using the mouse. Tiny pain, just the same.
your suggestion works for copy-n-paste WITHIN joe@shell. thx.
but, how might i copy from a desktop app (i'm on a Mac), supposedly via Clipboard, into the joe window in a shell?
my *only* option is kybd paste, no?
I think this M corresponds to a \r, save the file and do dos2unix.
Taht could be a workaround until you find the solution
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