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Id: 51644
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Queue: Curses-UI

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Subject: flushkeys() called at inappropriate time
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In a similar vein to #51625, there is an extraneous function call that breaks input when keys are buffered. The call to flushkeys() from feedkey() simply throws keys away for no discernable reason. Removing the call fixes the problem, at least on my system. Attached file is a Debian-specific patch, but should give the idea.
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