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RE: emacs hangs at start, or sometime later
- From: Eric Twietmeyer <ept at terrex dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Wed, 25 Oct 2006 09:31:23 -0700
- Subject: RE: emacs hangs at start, or sometime later
- Reply-to: ept at terrex dot com
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> Subject: Re: emacs hangs at start, or sometime later
> Eric Twietmeyer <ept <at> terrex.com> writes:
> > Wow, quite strange. Are you saying you have to do both, change the
> > repeat rate in Control Panel and also set
> blink-cursor-mode? What do
> > you change the rate to in Control Panel, if that is also
> > Or is it enough just to set the blink-cursor-mode?
> > Thanks!
> > -Eric
> I always set the repear rate to the max. So, I do both. I
> haven't had this issue on my laptop that runs XP, though.
Unfortunately, setting the blink-cursor-mode to not blinking does not solve
this problem for me. Now emacs will not hang if it is just sitting there
idle, as it was doing, but it will hang while typing into one of its
buffers. The hang is the same as before, seems to be stuck in some spin
lock somehow. So this work around only partly "works".
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