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You'll have to recompile, but this is not hard to fix. First, make clean. Edit mc-4.8.13/src/keybind-defaults.c. Find line 104/105: /* To access the directory hotlist */ {"HotList", "ctrl-backspace"}, Change that to: /* To access the directory hotlist */ {"HotList", "ctrl-\\"}, Configure as before and make && make install; done.


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So this is only sort-of supported in Mint. I eventually found out that you can use this: gsettings set org.cinnamon.desktop.interface gtk-key-theme 'Emacs' Although Emacs keybindings don't work in a lot of cinnamon apps (like the file browser for example), they do work in Chrome and the text editor. See the thread on github for more information: ...


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Try nno : ; nno ; : vno : ; vno ; : If you use fFtT this will take some getting used to, but now quitting's just ;x to save if needed, ;q to not save. Plus, everything else gets quicker too.


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My simple and convenient solution for quit and save from vim - is: Ctrl + X shortcut. Jut add this code to .vimrc file: "Fast quit and save from normal and insert mode :map <C-X> <ESC>:x<CR> :imap <C-X> <ESC>:x<CR>


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Here's a one-off fix: sudo sh -c 'dumpkeys |grep -v cr_Console |loadkeys'


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What's happening is that urxvt is translating the key chord Alt+Left into the escape sequence \e\e[D (I use \e to represent an escape character). This is a reasonable choice; another common one is \eO1D. You should configure the applications running in the terminal to understand that \e\e[D means Alt+Left. For bash and other applications using the readline ...


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These can be configured in ~/.Xresources file. Urxvt has Urxvt*keysym options to remap keycodes (see Urxvt man page) For example: Urxvt*keysym.A-Left: command:\000 Urxvt*keysym.A-Right: command:\000 This will remap alt+Left and alt+Right to nothing. You need to remember to do xrdb ~/.Xresources in order to this work, and spawn a new Urxvt terminal.


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Going by your description, the window manager hasn't crashed: it's still responding to window-related events, the problem is that it is no longer detecting keyboard events. What is probably happening is that your keyboard configuration has changed in a way that awesome doesn't recognize. Check that ignore_modifiers is set correctly: if it's missing Lock or ...


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bbkeys was overriding my key-bindings. Stopping it fixed the problem.


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To bind Esc+Esc to quit with lesskey, do the following: Create a ~/.lesskey file with the line: \e\e quit Run lesskey. This will create a binary ~/.less file used by less. Use less as usual. Esc+Esc will do a quit. If you no longer want your bindings, you can remove the ~/.less file. For more details, see man lesskey or lesskey.nro in the less ...


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Not really. less has many functions bound to ESC + something else. See the manpage: ESCv, ESCn, ESCF, many others. You wouldn't be able to type any of those is less exited upon receiving just ESC. Concievably, you could rebind all those functions to other keystrokes or live with being unable to type them, and rebind ESC to quitting, but it still wouldn't ...


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Yes. In any POSIX shell you can do... set -o vi ^[[num]-#^[[num]_ ...where ^[ represents the ESC key and [num] represents an optional parameter for nth history command counting backwards from the current one and nth argument in the previous command counting backwards from the last respectively. Depending on your keyboard config you may be able to use CTRL ...


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With bash you can do nearly what you're asking for like this: echo !echo:$ So when you do echo This is fun ls echo !echo:$ the last line outputs fun. * instead of $ produces all the arguments to the matching command; so echo This is fun ls echo !echo:* outputs This is fun again; but you might as well just do !echo in this case. This isn't ...


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If your bash in emacs-mode you can use Ctrl+w (delete last word) then Ctrl+u (input deleted string)


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I use my mouse - hold right button and roll the wheel up/down. From my Keyboard settings I found out that CTRL and (shift)TAB scroll right or left... and from here I tested and found that CTRL works with PgUp and PgDn too. I love the shortcut used in Chromium (mouseover and roll wheel) and used EASYSTROKE to make it a system wide mousegesture/shortcut. ...



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