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Re: Escape + number performs actions other than switching to window by n
Re: Escape + number performs actions other than switching to window by number
Fri, 1 Jun 2018 10:26:07 -0500
Thanks! I filled out the list. Note that in some places I verified
with `od -tx1 -An`, because just using Ctrl+v <combination> printed
nothing visible on screen.
On Thu, May 31, 2018 at 10:50 AM, Amadeusz Sławiński <address@hidden> wrote:
> On Thu, 31 May 2018 10:33:47 -0500
> Dun Peal <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Hi Amadeusz,
>> Can you tell me how to see what combination each key generates?
>> I'm sorry, my knowledge of how virtual terminals work is very limited.
>> This is Xubuntu 18.04, running XFCE 4.12 and xfce4-terminal 0.8.7.3
>> (these are all the standard latest updates on a vanilla Xubuntu
>> I can already tell you my terminal behaves slightly differently than
>> yours - by contrast to you, my 0 doesn't work, whereas 2 and 8 do
>> work, in addition to 1 and 9 that worked for you.
> Ah yes I made a typo and copy pasted it all over...
> You have to press Ctrl-v and then for example Ctrl-1, to see what
> Ctrl-1 generates.
> So basically you press
> Ctrl+v, Ctrl-1, Ctrl-c
> Ctrl+v, Ctrl-2, Ctrl-c
> and so on.
>> > Can you tell me what terminal do you use and what does
>> > Ctrl+v Ctrl-1
>> > Ctrl+v Ctrl-2
>> > Ctrl+v Ctrl-3
>> > Ctrl+v Ctrl-4
>> > Ctrl+v Ctrl-5
>> > Ctrl+v Ctrl-6
>> > Ctrl+v Ctrl-7
>> > Ctrl+v Ctrl-8
>> > Ctrl+v Ctrl-9
>> > Ctrl+v Ctrl-0
>> > generate?
>> > (Don't forget to press Ctrl-c after each one of those combinations, so
>> > they are not glued together)
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