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Re: bug report: key up or down for history scroll inserts and 'e' in some cases

On Wed, Jun 17, 2020 at 1:22 AM Franco Gastón Pellegrini
<francogpellegrini@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> *In the gif I'm using powerlevel10k and lots of scripts, BUT the problem
> can be reproduced perfectly with a fresh vanilla installation of zsh*
> It seems that I can reproduce it ONLY on windows v2004, WSL 2, and windows
> terminal

I suggest reporting it to Microsoft Terminal. Make sure that your
report contains complete instructions to reproduce the problem and
that they are short. It might look like this:


To reproduce:

1. Install Microsoft Terminal from Windows Store. Keep the default settings.
2. Enable WSL and install Ubuntu 20.04 from Windows Store.
3. Start Ubuntu 20.04 via WSL2.
4. When bash prompt appears, run:
    sudo apt-get install -y zsh && zsh -f
5. When zsh prompt appears, run:
    for i in {1..20}; do for x in {a..e}; do print -s $x$i; done; done
6. Press and hold the UP key until nothing stops changing on the screen.

- Actual: screenshot.
- Expected: either a screenshot or textual description.

System information:

- Windows version: xxx.
- Microsoft Terminal version: xxx.


Needless to say, verify that *you* can reproduce the issue by
following these instructions. If you cannot, figure out what needs to
be added or changed so that the problem reproduces.


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