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accepted Why does Ctrl+Arrow make my terminal switch to a strange mode?
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answered Why does Ctrl+Arrow make my terminal switch to a strange mode?
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comment Why does Ctrl+Arrow make my terminal switch to a strange mode?
@Gilles, thanks a lot! At last, the problem is solved! The $if mode=emacs ... $endif construction failed all the stuff (the mode was set in line set editing-mode vi above that if).
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comment Why does Ctrl+Arrow make my terminal switch to a strange mode?
And yes, this issue is present for another account.
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comment Why does Ctrl+Arrow make my terminal switch to a strange mode?
Ctrl+v and then Ctrl+left inserts ^[[1;5C.
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