[OS X Emacs] cursor getting stuck

David Reitter david.reitter at gmail.com
Mon Sep 22 17:44:36 EDT 2008


I have changed the subject line to something appropriate.

Does this go away when you turn off visual-line-mode?

I'd be able to fix this problem if you gave a step-by-step, minimal  
example to reproduce.  I would think that only one of your packages is  
sufficient to reproduce.
I expect this to be related to some hidden chunks of text in the buffer.

- David

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On 22 Sep 2008, at 17:36, C. R. Oldham wrote:

> Greetings,
> I am using Aquamacs for Rails development successfully under the 1.4  
> releases.  The setup I use combines ECB, Flymake, ruby-mode, nxhtml- 
> mode and a few other packages.  After upgrading to 1.5 when I scroll  
> up and down in a buffer with the up and down arrow keys, the Emacs  
> cursor is behaving very strangely.  Sometimes it will get "stuck" in  
> a block of code, meaning when the cursor reaches the top or bottom  
> of an arbitrary chunk of code instead of continuing to scroll up or  
> down it will "warp" to the other end of the chunk.  Other times the  
> cursor will pop around from the code window (Emacs window, not Mac  
> OS window) to the directory tree to the files window.  This is very  
> annoying.  Am I the only one seeing this?
> I've checked to see if there are updated versions of the packages I  
> use, but ECB hasn't been updated in a long time, and the underlying  
> packages (cedet 1.0p4 containing eieio, speedbar, semantic, etc)  
> haven't seen recent releases either.
> I've backed off to 1.4 for now.  Suggestions?
> --cro

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