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Re: [Help-nano] Shift+Cursor keys in tmux

From: Benno Schulenberg
Subject: Re: [Help-nano] Shift+Cursor keys in tmux
Date: Thu, 8 Feb 2018 12:12:26 +0100
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Op 07-02-18 om 18:02 schreef Andreas Schamanek:
On Wed, 17 Jan 2018, at 12:14, Benno Schulenberg wrote:
It seems you can stop lilyterm from interpreting those keystrokes by rightclicking and disabling them in the [Set key binding] menu item.

This works now, thanks to your advice. BTW, strangely enough I had to disable the bindings for lilyterm's "scroll_*" settings.

That sounds right.  Many terminal emulators use the Ctrl+Arrow keys or
Shift+Arrow keys to scroll through the terminal's history.

However, it is still not working within tmux. For instance ^Left/Right + Shift-Left/Right work everywhere for me, in xterm, in lilyterm, even in a screen session, just not in a tmux. So far I tried different TERM settings
and `set -g xterm-keys on` but to no avail.

That should be 'setw', not 'set'.  Putting

  setw -g xterm-keys on

in ~/.tmux.conf makes the modified arrow keys work for me.


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