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Re: why "\A-i" & "\M-i" bindings work great locally but not remotely? (B
Re: why "\A-i" & "\M-i" bindings work great locally but not remotely? (Binding Alt key + letter i)
Mon, 7 Jan 2002 17:02:48 -0800
Thanks for input.
I live by PuTTY and am using it right now.
If I bind something to A-i then A-i binding
I cannot type letter i anymore!!!! It gets
interpreted as A-i!!! Everytime I type letter
i I invoke command bound to A-i.
Likewise for A-m.
It is almost
like Windows/Putty sends and Alt key press
with letters i and m by default.
On Mon, Jan 07, 2002 at 10:35:40AM +0200, Eli Zaretskii wrote:
> On Sun, 6 Jan 2002, Chris Seberino wrote:
> > why "\A-i" & "\M-i" bindings
> > work great locally but not remotely? (Binding Alt key + letter i)
> That's because your telnet client is not good enough. Toss it and get a
> better one. If you are logging in remotely from a Windows system,
> TeraTerm and PuTTY are two recommended programs.
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