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Tue, 20 Jul 2004 08:42:20 +1000
I have a particular key binding pair that I want.
* First: the screen man page says:
Here are some examples of keyboard bindings:
Show all of the default key bindings. The application mode
entries are marked with [A].
I don't undestand the above - if "bindkey -d" is an example keybinding,
then what key would I press to "Show all of the default key bindings".
Or is there some place I can type "bindkey -d" to get this list? It
sounds like a useful list - I'd like to know this.
bindkey -k k1 select 1
Make the "F1" key switch to window one.
bindkey -k F1 command
Make the F11 (not F1!) key an alternative screen escape (besides
This seems arbitrary. To have a code "k?" for fn keys 1 to 10, and F?
being 11 and 12 - like, why?! I hope there is some higher principle than
that of consistency at work here. If not, may I recommend, In My High
Opinion, to support a consistent convention for key naming in the next
major version of screen.
Is it possible to do something like:
bindkey -d -k ^PgUp previous
bindkey -d -k ^PgDn next
You see I want to have the page up and page down keys do the same as in
gnome-terminal (yes, I'm a switcher - gnome terminal's reliance on slow
font rendering library is yet to be fixed, and drove me crazy, and to
screen). Ie. CTRL+PageUP should go to previous "terminal"/window/screen.
Re: key bindings, Zenaan Harkness, 2004/07/20
- key bindings,
Zenaan Harkness <=