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Re: go down in seconds after scrolling up

From: clemens fischer
Subject: Re: go down in seconds after scrolling up
Date: Thu, 18 Jun 2009 23:03:50 +0200
User-agent: tin/1.9.4-20090211 ("Rieclachan") (UNIX) (Linux/2.6.29-ARCH (i686))

(sorry for being late)

On Wed-2009/05/13-16:44 tianlijian wrote:

> When i use the `Shift+PgUp' to scroll back to the bash history, it
> will scroll down automatically in few seconds. What can i do to
> prevent it?

I have this binding:

  bindkey -k kP copy

which does not do what you want, since it enters "copy" on PgUp alone,
without "SHIFT".  You can either try to find the capability to use
instead of "kP" (which is PgUp) or you can use another map[1], or make
a simple keybinding[2].

[1] bindkey ^[[24$ copy # binds shift+f12 in default translation map
[2] bind ^[[24$ copy # binds shift+f12 in the normal command map

I would have shown the escape sequence my terminal (urxvt) sends on PgUp
and SHIFT+PgUp, but the former is already bound to "copy" and I'd have
to leave screen to find out while the latter enters urxvt's scroll


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