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Rather than xev, if you use cat -v, you can find the characters sent by urxvt: bindkey "^[Oc" next bindkey "^[Od" prev bindkey "^[Ob" new xev shows X events, which are interpreted by the terminal emulator, and sent to your application (such as screen) as characters. To set up bindings for screen, you have to work with those characters rather than the ...


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The key bindings shown are for xterm (and programs which copy xterm's behavior). urxvt is a descendant of rxvt, which uses different key bindings. By default, controlleft for rxvt/urxvt sends escapeOd. You can see this by running cat -v and typing that key combination. It will echo as ^[Od. The same issue applies to the other cursor keys. urxvt ...



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