How to change gnome-terminal command line behavior from scrolling left mode to wrapping mode
geda.mail at gmail.com
Wed Nov 21 07:25:44 UTC 2007
Lorenzo, thanks for your reply.
Unfortunately, your suggestion does not solve the issue I have with
the gnome-terminal behaviour.
I am not asking for the help how to change the behaviour of the
My question is related to the horizontal scrolling.
For example, when I type a looooooong command line, I do not want
that the CL (command line) starts shifting
toward left when I reach the right terminal border (aka right terminal
edge). I want that my typing continues on the next line (aka wrap
I˙ve spent already hours googling the net to no avail.
Any help (hint, advice, pointer to the RTFM) is more than welcome.
On Nov 20, 2007 8:06 AM, Lorenzo Taylor <daxlinux at gmail.com> wrote:
> Just edit your profile and click on the scrolling tab. Then untick the
> box that says "scroll on keystrokes". Works for me, but of course your
> mileage may vary.
> BTW, thanks for the question. I actually learn a lot from my attempts to
> answer such questions. I didn't even realize until I looked for your
> answer that command line wrapping was possible.
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