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Re: Ubuntu 10.0: TERM=Linux: facemenu steals arrow keys

From: Dan Nicolaescu
Subject: Re: Ubuntu 10.0: TERM=Linux: facemenu steals arrow keys
Date: Sun, 08 Jan 2012 00:50:18 -0500
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.3 (gnu/linux)

"T. V. Raman" <address@hidden> writes:

> Hi,
> This problem started after a git update from savannah yesterday.
> Environment: Ubuntu 10.0
> Linux Console (i.e. outside X)
> TERM=linux (terminal type)
> I suddenly found the arrow keys invoking facemenu-set-default.
> Describe Function (attached output below) on
> facemenu-set-default shows that it is indeed bound to \eOD,
> which coincidentally is what the left arrow key generates on the
> linux console.
> I verified that  this is still true with emacs -q -- but with  a
> minimal emacspeak environment loaded; I dont  believe the binding
> is coming from Emacspeak as far as I can tell.
> facemenu-set-default is an interactive Lisp function.
> It is bound to meta o d , META cap G d , <control down-mouse-2>
> <fc> d , <menu-bar> <edit> <props> <fc> d .
> (facemenu-set-default)
> Select face `default' for subsequent insertion.
> If the mark is active and there is no prefix argument,
> apply face `default' to the region instead.
> This command was defined by `facemenu-add-new-face'.

What do you get if you press:
C-q <left>
(i.e. C-q followed by left arrow key)

Do you get the same sequence as running in a shell :

infocmp linux | grep kcub1


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