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  • First line anomaly on Linux

    I've noticed that the Linux version frequently seems to have a frequent text layout anomaly on the first line only of a text diff. Specifically, it looks like any time a space is encountered or the text color changes, it moves the output back to where it's overlapping a bit with previous text. It only ever happens on the first line, and not every time or on every file. Generally, clicking on another line and then clicking back on the first line will cause it to update and show correctly again.

    I've attached a screenshot of what I'm talking about.

    I've observed this both on Ubuntu 16.04 (GNOME3) and Red Hat Enterprise 6.7 (GNOME2), both with Beyond Compare 4.1.9 as well as previous versions.
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    Thanks for the report. I'll open a tracker entry to investigate this behavior.
    Aaron P Scooter Software

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