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Re: [Help-nano] Using shift+arrows to select text

From: Javier Valencia
Subject: Re: [Help-nano] Using shift+arrows to select text
Date: Fri, 5 Oct 2018 18:47:17 +0100
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I forgot to mention the changelog line that refers to this feature:

  GNU nano 2.0.4 heralds the dawn.  This release contains
  proper support for the Ctrl-[arrow key], Shift-[arrow
  key], and F13-F16 keys under Xfce's Terminal.  It also
  adds still more minor documentation updates.  Enjoy.

On 05/10/18 11:45, Raju Devidas wrote:

On 05/10/18 1:56 PM, Javier Valencia wrote:
Hello list, I've seen that I can select text using shift+arrows in xfce4-terminal, but I wonder why can't I use them in other terminals like urxvt.

Is it something that urxvt needs to implement? or is it nano related?
I am not sure on what its related to.
But I was also not being able being able to select text in a tmux session I was in yesterday.
I was also using xfce4-terminal.
If some of the the devs/maintainers could shed some light over this, it would be great.


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