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Re: lynx-dev how to workaround using various machines with different
Re: lynx-dev how to workaround using various machines with different key ?input
Sun, 21 Dec 2003 00:50:27 +0300 (MSK)
18-Dec-2003 11:37 Henry Nelson wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 17, 2003 at 08:38:05PM -0500, Thomas Dickey wrote:
>> On Thu, 18 Dec 2003, Henry Nelson wrote:
>> > >From my office PC all the arrow keys and keypad (insert, home, pgup, etc.)
>> > work fine for navigating around a document, but when I access the same
>> > shell account and execute the same Lynx binary with the same configuration
>> > files (.lynxrc and lynx.cfg) from the PC in the computer lab, the up and
>> > down arrow keys and keypad keys don't do anything.
>> > Anyone have suggestions where I should start to debug this problem? TIA
>> That sounds like a difference in terminal emulators.
> I would have thought so, too, except that I copied all the files in TTERMPRO
Try PuTTY instead of TeraTerm.
(It work very nice for me, and this is a single putty.exe file).
> to a floppy and then copied them back on the other machine. I'll double
> check that somehow I haven't bungled the initiation file on the more recent
> install, or maybe by some fluke there's another copy on the lab PC (_lots_
> of people are using that machine) that the shortcut points to.
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