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Re: Problem with GNU Screen when using control + right/left arrows

From: Makmiller Martins Pedroso
Subject: Re: Problem with GNU Screen when using control + right/left arrows
Date: Mon, 7 Dec 2009 19:55:28 -0700

Thanks so much for your answer. Attached is my screenlog.0 file.



On Mon, Dec 7, 2009 at 11:07 AM, Sadrul Habib Chowdhury <address@hidden> wrote:
* Makmiller Martins Pedroso had this to say on [06 Dec 2009, 18:34:44 -0700]:
> Hi all,
> I've been having the following problem with GNU Screen. I like using Ctrl +
> left/right arrows to move between words

How/Where did you set this up (e.g. I set it up in my .vimrc since that's
where I used to use this binding)?

> but it sometimes doesn't work if I'm
> within GNU Screen. More specifically, I noticed the following:
> *1.* When I'm at the terminal prompt inside of GNU Screen, I can move
> between words using Ctrl + arrows without any problem. However, if I call
> Emacs (with the command "emacs-snapshot-gtk -nw"), and I press Ctrl-<right>
> I get the characters "5D." I get the characters "5C" when I press
> Ctrl-<left>.

Could you please turn logging on for a window, start and then terminate
emacs from that window and send us the log it creates?

(If you are not familiar with turning logging on etc. then start screen
using the following command:
       'screen -L -c /dev/null emacs-snapshot-gtk -nw'
you can then close emacs. That will leave a 'screenlog.0' file.)


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