|Subject:||bug#25639: 25.1; Org-mode calendar selection|
|Date:||Wed, 8 Feb 2017 16:50:30 -0200|
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> Date: Tue, 07 Feb 2017 09:21:02 -0200
> I start emacs with emacs -Q -f org-mode
> If open the calendar to select a date, with C-c . or C-c C-s or
> C-c C-d. Org mode presents a calendar in wich I can move inside
> using shift+arrow keys.
> It works fine on X version of emacs, on xterm, but not on pure tty.
> When I'm on tty trying to shift+arrow to select a date, the cursor
> moves only on the mini-buffer, not on the calendar. I can kind of work
> around it by C-x o (ing) into the calendar buffer to select the date.
If you type "C-h l" (the letter ell, not the digit one), you will see
that Emacs on a TTY sees an unshifted arrow key in this case. That's
because text terminals generally don't distinguish between shifted and
unshifted arrow keys.
So Emacs simply cannot support this functionality on a TTY. A
workaround is to bind the same command to different keys.
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