Open Date: 2009-11-27 01:29
Last Update: 2010-03-08 17:02
Resize == clear screen
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2010-03-12 01:29 Update by: None
2009-11-27 01:29 Update by: None
2009-11-27 01:35 Update by: None
2009-12-08 22:04 Update by: maya
For some reason this ticket has been added three times but I submitted only once. ??
2009-12-09 01:40 Update by: None
If your remote host sends clear sequence by the term-size change notify from Tera Term, it is difficult to control this behavior.
I think it is necessary to ascertain who commands clear window, Tera Term or remote host.
2009-12-10 01:31 Update by: maya
Hmm, I don't think the host sends a clear sequence, it also happens with Busybox linux which is very basic. How can i check what is received and sent by TeraTerm? Is there an extra debug log feature for that? I'm using TCP/IP, by the way.
2010-02-22 12:15 Update by: maya
2010-02-22 17:50 Update by: doda
We added this feature in Tera Term 4.65. Please upgrade to 4.65 and turn off the "Clear display when window resized" setting.
2010-03-08 17:02 Update by: doda
2010-05-10 13:36 Update by: iniazi
Thank you VERY much, this is so much better!
2010-05-10 13:37 Update by: iniazi
New to TeraTerm (4.65), so I'm not sure if this change is the cause, but I think this feature needs to be better implemented. When I make the window smaller, it clips the content to the new resized area, and not just the current view but the whole buffer. So if the window was 80 char wide, and you make it 30 characters wide, anything that was right of the 30 characters mark is lost.
The view/output, after being rendered, should not be modified. If you resize the window, you only see a subset of the view, but if you make it bigger, you see again. There could be a horizontal scrollbar option that a user can toggle, if wants to see whats off the screen to the right/left. I prefer to be no horizontal bar, but I'm sure someone will request one, so a toggle would be good. In SecureCRT , this is the behaviour, where the view stays. If you make it smaller, you just can't see it, but if you make the window larger again, etc., its still there.
Sorry, I meant to say, in the beginning, that it clips the width of the view to the new resized area.
Add Comment/Update #19711 (Resize == clear screen)