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Re: Glitches with MC on slackware 13.0

Subject: Re: Glitches with MC on slackware 13.0
From: "Stan. S. Krupoderov"
Date: Tue, 19 Jan 2010 07:13:49 +0300
On Mon, Jan 18, 2010 at 03:31:21PM -0900, Tim Johnson wrote:
> * Stan. S. Krupoderov <[email protected]> [100117 20:22]:
> > > Yeah, there are a few:
> > > 1)C-h doesn't work as a backspace key.
> > >   Any ideas on how to enable it
> 
> Note: The MC I am referring came with the stock slackware install.
> > C-h works perfect, in mc 4.7.0.*
> 
>  I installed 4.7. The hotlist now appears to configure and display
>  properly.  
>  However, C-h still does not work. Could there be a MC configuration
>  option that could be causing this?
>  Also, I notice a 'n at the very top and left of each panel.
>  What is that for?

It's sort order ("'" - asc, "," - desc, IIRC) and column name (n mean by
name).

> > Please use latest stable version or report bugs to your distro
> > maintainers.
>   Would you recommend that I report the problem with C-h as a bug?
>   NOTE:
>   Other control-key combinations work. I have modified mc.keymap
>   with no success:
>   Example:
>   [input]
>   .....
>   InputBackwardDelete = backspace; ctrl-h 
>   ;; backspace works, still no ctrl-h
>   InputBackwardDelete = ctrl-h 
>   ;; :( no back delete at all

It works for me without any additional bindings in mc.keymap.
Did you try it in another terminal emulator? 
(For me: konsole and urxv-unicode works properly, xterm - fail).
If you sure this is not terminal issue feel free to report 
bug in mc.

-- 
Wbr,
Stan. S. Krupoderov 

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