I'm using Fedora 30 with KDE and am trying to bind (Zsh)
autosuggest-execute to Ctrl+Enter for convenience. I'm trying to get it to work in
However I discovered that
showkey -a always returns
^M in these three cases: Enter, Ctrl+Enter, and Shift+Enter.
I tried this method (
Ctrl <Return> : "\033M" in
.XCompose), but it didn't work at all as the XCompose file wasn't being read. So I decided to install
ibus as it is not shipped with my KDE install with
dnf groupinstall input-methods.
ìbus-setup gets me this warning now:
GTK+ supports to output one char only: "\033M": ! Ctrl <Return> : "\033M"
Unfortunately all enter combinations still boil down to
gnome-terminal as well as
Is there a way to differentiate between those key combinations with or without ibus?