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Created attachment 5037 [details]
Test application code and screenshot
If using ncurses library and call one of read methods (Console.ReadLine(), Console.ReadKey() or Console.KeyAvailable) inside ncurses block
... <- somewhere here
then terminal will be messed up (its settings will be broken). To restore it user can use a `stty sane` command.
Found workaround: if call Console.KeyAvailable BEFORE ncurses initialization, all works fine:
bool ignored = Console.KeyAvailable;
... <- using or not using read methods
This is expected, as Console will restore the settings that it read previously and will not know that you changed those behind its back.