As the title says above, resizing the terminal window on XFCE to a smaller size than the shell prompt causes the terminal to repeat wrapping text. I have not tested this on other versions of manjaro.
It might be easier to show an example:
My Kernal and Manjaro versions are
ManjaroLinux, Release 20.1, Codename Mikah
Kernal: Linux 5.7.19-2-MANJARO
No problems occur during resize when the shell path is just “~”. However, on any path bigger than this, the terminal repeats the prompt on every increment smaller than the prompt length (e.g. “38x17”, “37x17”, “36x17”, etc), making it look like a mess.
Here is my terminal window at 38x12 in path “LongerNameTest”:
Going to even one size smaller repeats the text (37x12):
*(First line missing “$” and repeating same prompt)
When done a bunch of times, it causes text spew all over the terminal:
*(Terminal prompt Text Spew)
I know it can be cleared pretty easily, but when working from the command line, it would help readability if we did not have to worry about resizing the terminal to maintain workspace cleanliness. Anyone else having this same issue?
I have screenshots of all these situations, but due to being TL1, I can’t post them