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Re: how to get zsh to work with a screen reader

hmmm, interesting, because if I use orca and gnome-terminal, I do not
get the repeats, but I need to use it in a regular virtual console, so I
will check the mosh project and see, but I wanted to know if I could do
the optimizations right in zsh itself, maybe have an ifdef for speakup
or something.

Christoph (Stucki) von Stuckrad <stucki@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> On Tue, 21 Jul 2015, covici@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> > > The ZLE editor does not use the curses package for screen optimization,
> It might be a strange idea, but what happenes in different
> terminal-emulators? They might optimize output differently,
> so you could try zsh 'behind unusual terminals' like:
> - tmux
> - screen
> - puttyterm
> - (( there also is a terminal-*test* in the 'mosh' project.
>   I seem to remember a testing-scenario within it, but
>   do not have the time just now to find out/remenber.
>   It uses mosh's optimisations without remote connection))
> Stucki
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