Todd, try entering escape mode and moving the cursor over the line and hitting Y, that will yank the entire line.
On Jan 19, 2011 1:24 PM, "Todd Freed" <address@hidden
> I'm attempting to match a sequence of 6-7 keystrokes and can't quite get
> the bindkey to work.
> I find myself frequently copying the line-just-above the cursor into
> screens buffer, so I can paste it somewhere. So, the key sequence I use
> (and which I want to map) looks like this:
> Ctrl-A # command
> Escape # copy mode
> Up Arrow # previous line
> Shift + Pipe # move cursor to beginning of line
> Enter # Start copying
> Shift + 4 # move cursor to end of line
> Enter # done copying
> I can't get the key selector (say, for Alt+Shift+C) but even if I use an
> easy one, I can't even approach what the right hand side of this bindkey
> would look like .. something with the stuff command im guessing.
> Any help?
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