View Revisions: Issue #2923

Summary 0002923: Python console history misbehaves with word-wrapped lines
Revision 2017-02-24 21:08 by kkremitzki
Description Reproduced in 0.16 and 0.17.

In the Python console, enable word wrap, and then run a command that is long enough to cause the lines to wrap, e.g. assign a long string to a variable. After running it, go back up in the history to the line. It isn't possible to (a) hit the left arrow enough to go back a line, (b) hit up to go to previous line or previous history item cleanly, (c) hit down to undo recalling the buggy line.
Revision 2017-02-24 21:02 by kkremitzki
Description In the Python console, enable word wrap, and then run a command that is long enough to cause the lines to wrap, e.g. assign a long string to a variable. After running it, go back up in the history to the line. It isn't possible to (a) hit the left arrow enough to go back a line, (b) hit up to go to previous line or previous history item cleanly, (c) hit down to undo recalling the buggy line.