On Fri, Oct 3, 2008 at 1:19 PM, erik quanstrom wrote:
>> > 1. Open a "win" in acme.
>> > 2. Scroll down as far as possible.
>> > 3. Notice that there is no $prompt visible at left.
>> > 4. echo annoying
>> > 5. Now scroll back up and it turns out you entered the echo command at
>> > a prompt after all!

>>
>> Not entirely sure what other behaviour you were expecting? You
>> scrolled all the way down, leading to no text on your pane (it's all
>> up above), but your cursor is still where you left it (all the way at
>> the end of the text in the pane, all the way at the beginning of your
>> pane display).

>
> this is a bug. you can see what you've typed but not the prompt.
> normally acme warps back to the tick when you type. this bug is
> in acme since if you create a new window and type the prompt
> manually then continue with step 2, you get the same results.
>


It's because your cursor is actually showing! So, no need to warp anywhere.

New heuristic needed? Personally, I'd say no. Maybe add it to smacme?

Robby