Subject: Re: dt, non-single boot, control chars & #
To: Lawrence Kesteloot <>
From: kr <>
List: macbsd-general
Date: 08/27/1994 16:23:32
At  0:42 8/26/94 -0400, Lawrence Kesteloot wrote:
>(What happens, as far as we can tell, is that you press <ENTER> at the
>bottom of the screen, and release it just as the screen is scrolling
>up.  While the screen is scrolling, keyboard interrupts are disabled
>(and I can definitely place the blame of that on Apple for putting
>keyboard at the bottom of the interrupt ladder) and the key-up is

Why is it necessary to disable keyboard interrupts during scrolling ? Does
it just look jerky on the screen, or is there some really crucial reason ?
It still might be better to just have it working reliably without crashing,
even though the scrolling might not look quite as smooth (which then could
be blamed on Apple :-).

Markus Krummenacker