I'm making a talker's base in python and i'm with a serious bug in it.
Everytime a client connects to the talker and presses for ex. the arrow
key lets say twice, the following characters appears in it's screen:
ˆ[[Aˆ[[A, if he presses enter to send that characters to all the users
in the talker, the user's screen will go up two lines, and the input
line will be there, replacing older text, instead of being where it
should, in the bottom of the screen; this also works for the down key
and for home, end, etc. Does anyone here knows how I can strip those
keys? Thanks in advance.
Daniel Alexandre ( http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/(E-Mail Removed) )
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