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Control-space on Cinnamon

I installed synapse on my Cinnamon desktop, and everything worked with the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Space. Then, at some point, it stopped working properly, and I had to hold down Control and hit space ...
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What is the scheme for textual representation of keystrokes in screen?

How can I derive the character sequence that represents a certain keystroke in screen? I mean, what bind takes as input. For instance, 's' represents the obvious keystroke on the 's' key. 'S' ...
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How to bind 'tab' and 'shift+tab' in gnu screen?

As the title says, how do I bind the keys 'tab' and 'shift+tab' in screen? My problem is that I don't know what to pass to the screen command "bind" to designate these keystrokes. BTW, I'm aware of ...
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How to consistently start Vim's command line to make a mapping work in any mode?

I try to normalize access to Vim's command line mode from any other mode in order to simplify my actual mappings. For example to make the <f6> key work from anywhere I define the following ...
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How to change Vim's command type mode programmatically?

Is there a simple way to switch from one command type mode to another without loosing the current command line? In my ~/.vimrc file I remap the <space> and <c-space> character, coming ...
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vote
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Reassigning Ctrl + Arrow keys in Vim [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to fix Ctrl + arrows in Vim? Through the several tutorials and tips and tricks site about Vim, I think I happened to read that one can reassign a combination of keys ...
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vote
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177 views

map “Ñ” to “:” in vim

I want map the key Ñ (Shift+ñ) to : in the normal mode of vim. I've searched vim configs with Ntilde but I've found nothing. Any idea?.
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Can I map a key (caps lock) so it does one thing pressed alone, and another when pressed with a second key? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Remap CapsLock to Escape and Control System Wide Just read this seriously obsessive post about customising keyboards and while I'm not going to do everything there, ...
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vim customized with emacs commands (insert mode only)

I was an emacs user, and I have to switch to vim. But I miss some basic emacs commands in vim insert mode: C-A C-E C-K C-Y C-x C-s ... and some other I know that I can press Escape and then press ...
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1answer
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Defining key sequences in Evil-mode Emacs

I couldn't find any instructions on defining key sequences in the Evil doc. The example given by the developers only covers a single key. (define-key evil-normal-state "w" 'foo) What do I need to ...
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Remap select window 2 in tmux

In tmux you can switch to window 2 with prefix_key + 2. I'd like to press rather prefix_key + u. I tried in .tmux.conf this: bind-key u 2 and this: bind-key u select-window -t 2 Which doesn't ...