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Old 09-17-2003, 11:23 PM   #1
lynchmob09
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Question dash every time i hit enter (carriage return) in gnome (rh 9)


Every time I hit enter in gnome for rh9 (whether it be in mozilla, terminal, nautilus, etc. etc.) in stead of justa new line, it starts off the break with a dash. As you can understand this would be frustrating when trying to write code or execute commands.
This is what i see when I hold down enter
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-every time
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-If you have any ideas where this can be modified, let me know
-Annoyed RH newbie
 
Old 09-18-2003, 01:38 AM   #2
UltimaGuy
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I too have encountered this same error in GNOME in RH all versions I have used. (7.3 and 9). I generally use KDE, so I have not thought of solving this, but am interested in knowing whether this is a bug or hardware realted problem.
 
  


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