#5229

Yutaka Emura
Keymaster

garret wrote:
I’m running v. 7.00 on a 1600×1200 monitor in Courier New 8pt font, wrapping by window (Ctrl+3). I enter the following text:

“asdkf kljashf lkjsahf lkjsahf lkjashf lkjsdahf lkjsdahf lkjsdaf lkjsadf lkjsadhf lkjsahf lkjsaf lkjsadhf lkjsadhf lkjsadhf lkjsdhflkjsdhfljsdhfskadjfh lsdakjhf lskjdhf lksjdahf lksadjhf lksajdhf lksjadhf lksjadhf kljsadhf lkjsdahflkjsdahf lksdjahf lkjsdahf lkjsadhf kljsdf”

At this resolution and font, the one logical line wraps to show “kljsdf” on the second physical line. I position the cursor after the last character in “kljsdf”, and press “Home”. The cursor appears at the end of the first physical line, after “lkjsadhf “. (Expected: the cursor should appear at the beginning of the second physical line, before “kljsdf”.)

With the cursor still at the end of the first physical line, I press the up arrow key. The cursor now appears at the beginning of the second physical line, before “kljsdf”. (Expected: the cursor should not have moved. Even if the cursor had been where it should have been, at the beginning of the second physical line, it should have went to the beginning of the first physical line.)

With the cursor at the beginning of the second physical line, before “kljsdf”, I press the up arrow again. The cursor does not move. (Expected: the cursor should move up to the beginning of the first physical line.)

I already realize this issue, and have already fixed that in my code. Thanks!