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Re: binding command character to f12

From: sonne
Subject: Re: binding command character to f12
Date: Sun, 24 Mar 2013 06:32:35 +0400

Great, how could I now unset C-a so as to free the keystroke?

2013/3/15 Bruno Cudini <address@hidden>:
> On Fri, Mar 15, 2013 at 05:30:27AM +0400, sonne wrote:
>> Binding command character to f12. Impossible?
>> From this
>> manual, it appears that I can only bind command char to a key that
>> emits asci code. I don't know of any asci code being associated with
>> f12 key, though, as well as any other f and many other keys.
> The 'escape' command doesn't support non-ASCII characters, but you can
> bind the F12 key to 'command':
>         bindkey -k F2 command
> F2 does actually mean F12, see the INPUT TRANSLATION section in the man
> page for more information about it.

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