AIDE: backspace key not working

I am running the AIDE Android development app on Android Oreo 8.1. This has happened a few times now, that while riding the Java code from the Java code sample, the backspace key fails to work (it doesn’t make the cursor key move back and delete characters; instead the cursor just stays where it is and doesn’t move).

I have tried changing keyboards this is happening in both GBoard and CodeBoard, so it’s not a keyboard issue but an AIDE app issue.

Is this a bug or am I missing something? How do I fix it?

Typing freezing after pressing “Backspace” key

I’m using Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, and having some headache with this problem. Whatever I’m typing in the keyboard, when I press the Backspace key to delete anything, the typing stops for 5~6 seconds. I remember I have faced the same problem in another device. I use an Acer notebook with a Intel® Core™ i3-2310M CPU @ 2.10GHz × 4 , 4GB RAM and, if I’m not wrong, a Radeon graphic card integrated.

Anyone who can gimme a hand? I’m tired of selecting the typing mistake and pressing delete/overwriting with something else.

Tmux backspace producing space on multiple terminal emulators

My tmux was working perfectly fine, but after installing iterm2, oh-my-zsh, adding the tmux plugin into .zshrc and then trying out the commands provided https://github.com/robbyrussell/oh-my-zsh/tree/master/plugins/tmux (which includes tmux list-sessions, tmux kill-server and tmux new-session -s) my backspaces began to reuslt in a space in the command prompt of not only iterm2 but also the terminal.app (I am running macos). Does anyone have any suggestions? Ideally I would like to just revert whatever I had done but i’m not really sure how to revert back to before I made those changes.

If anyone has any suggestions that would be greatly appreciated. I have already tried many things and none of them have worked. This includes, stty erase ‘?’, adding set-option -g default-terminal “screen-256color” to .tmux.conf file, and choosing the option toDelete sends Control-H` in which none of them have worked. I’m quite lost on how to fix it. Even trying to uninstall and reinstall tmux has been futile.

Also, What is a $ TERM file? I have seen a couple mentions of it but I have not been able to figure out what exactly it is and how to access it. Last note: I just realized that I have a recent time machine backup that has all files so that could be a possibility too, I just don’t know which files I should replace

Validar un input vacio cuando se haga un retroceso o ‘backspace’ con VueJS2

En un html tengo un v-model='code'con un atributo v-on:change='consultar()'el cual al momento de digitar el codigo y tabular (por ejemplo, (es una de muchas formas para hacer el change)), el va a ese metodo y me lista los datos en un formulario, hasta ahi bien!

‘El problema’
En el metodo 'consultar' valido que cuando este vacio se limpie el formulario y cuando no que ejecute el post, el problema es que para validar que el campo este vacio o no siempre debo de hacer un change y la idea es que mientras haga el backspace y sepa que está vacio me limpie el formulario sin tener que hacer el change.

Codigo
HTML

<input type="text" v-model='code' v-on:change='consultar()' placeholder="ingrese codígo"> 

VueJS

new Vue({     el: '#content',     data: {         code: '',         datos: {             name: '',             etc..         } // Aqui van todos los parametros para el formulario     },     methods: {         consultar: function () {             if (this.code == '') {                 this.datos = {},             } else {                 // ejecutar el post             }         },     }, }) 

Agradezco el interes.