Python Console requires manually moving scrollbar to see result

obviously this is a complete ass ache, if i have to do this each time. What is the fix for this please?

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Hello doug,

obviously this is a complete ass ache, if i have to do this each time.

What is the fix for this please?

Press the "Stick to the end of console output" button in the left toolbar

of the console.

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I'm using pycharm 1.1.1, and there's no "Stick to the end of console output" on the left toolbar of the console (neither in docs - there are only "stop, close, execute, help")

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Hello,

I'm using pycharm 1.1.1, and there's no "Stick to the end of console

output" on the left toolbar of the console (neither in docs - there

are only "stop, close, execute, help")

Console scrolling is a known issue in PyCharm 1.1.1; it will be fixed in

PyCharm 1.2. Sorry for the inconvenience.

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Dmitry Jemerov

Development Lead

JetBrains, Inc.

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"Develop with Pleasure!"

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Is there a way to do this in Pycharm 2.6?
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The console scrolling works in the following way:
  • Initially, it autoscrolls to the end.
  • If you move the caret to a different position, it remains there.
  • If you move the caret back to the end (using the Ctrl-End keyboard shortcut or the "Scroll to end" toolbar button), the autoscrolling resumes.
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