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Making `escape Ctrl-n` switch to window n

From: Dun Peal
Subject: Making `escape Ctrl-n` switch to window n
Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2018 14:21:56 -0500

The problem is that my terminal maps Ctrl-n, for certain values of n,
to various escape sequences.

For example,Ctrl-3 generates ^[ (escape), so it enters Copy Mode
instead of switching to window 3.

Ctrl-4 genertes \^ (FS, which is interpreted as SIGQUIT).


Is there a way to "unmap" combinations like Ctrl-3, so they'll be
interpreted the same as just pressing 3, and not as their current
special escape meaning?

Thanks, D.

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