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- Ruslan A Dautkhanov
July 24, 2004, 11:59 am
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I installed PuTTY to get access to my work UNIX servers from home.
PuTTY probably best SSH client, but I found out a small bug one:
I used mc program (midnight commander) and his internal text editor
mcedit and PuTTY output blank spaces where tab symbol reside.
In the native UNIX ssh client this don't appear. I don't know
how to suppress it. Mcedit I use mostly for editing C programs, so
tab-indent is used very frequently, but background where tabs used
black, not blue. It's ugly.
server FreeBSD 4.7, 4.9 tested
Thanks any for helpful info.
The PuTTY FAQ says:
| A.7.8 When I run full-colour applications, I see areas of black
| space where colour ought to be.
| You almost certainly need to enable the Use background colour to
| erase screen setting in the Terminal panel. Note that if you do this
| in mid-session, it may not take effect until you reset the terminal
| (see question A.7.9).
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