I think MC should use a configuration file where you can (re)define
keys for anything - not just the Learn Keys window, and some way to
configure special keys which only work on the console, so that you can
use any key combination in the console, and attempt them or redefine
them to something else for terminals.
On 12/9/06, Dmitri Geller <[email protected]> wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> It is a great feature of mcedit to support Ctrl-Home, Shift-arrows,
> Ctrl-Insert+Shift-Insert on the Linux console. But I would like to
> have these keys in mcedit running in a text terminal session.
> I'm using Putty (v 0.58), OpenSuse Linux 10.1, here is output of
> mc -V
> GNU Midnight Commander 4.6.1
> Virtual File System: tarfs, extfs, cpiofs, ftpfs, fish, undelfs
> With builtin Editor
> Using system-installed S-Lang library with terminfo database
> With subshell support as default
> With support for background operations
> With mouse support on xterm and Linux console
> With support for X11 events
> With internationalization support
> With multiple codepages support
> I've tried different terminal-types in putty:
> "xterm", "putty" (defined in /etc/termcap) and "linux" (to use it "The
> Function keys and keypad" radiobutton in Putty changed to "linux").
> It means TERM variable was "xterm", "putty", "linux".
> Nothing helps.
> Any suggestion how to get these keys working in a terminal?
> Does it helps to use another terminal program?
> best regards
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