I'm experimenting using Mosh instead of raw SSH for remote shell connections. So far I like it, but I've become used to being able to page-up or scroll through backscroll in my terminal window to see the results of older commands or commands that print too much info to fit in a single window. This works fine with normal SSH connections, but Mosh seems to be "eating" lines beyond the height of the window, so when I scroll back all I can see is stuff printed before I invoked Mosh. Is there a way I can get Mosh to behave like raw SSH and retain the backscroll?
If it matters, the client is running on OS X Mountain Lion (10.7) in the standard "Terminal" program, with tcsh.