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Bind them to redraw-current-line.


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I have faced same issue which is similar but my 'r' key is not working. I found there are possible option to make it work: Option I: With caps lock & shift key (caps lock + shift key + r key = r) Option II: killall gnome-settings-daemon


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It has no meaning for rxvt/urxvt, but is copied from xterm's alt/meta key definitions. In that context, it means controlRight-cursor: Code Modifiers ---------+--------------------------- 2 | Shift 3 | Alt 4 | Shift + Alt 5 | Control ...


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I believe this was not possible at the time I posted this question, but this is now a feature by default in KDE. You can change the shortcuts in System Settings -> Shortcuts -> Plasma -> Activate Task Manager Entry 1 .. 10


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It's because ESC [ also happens to be the start of the sequence of characters sent by several function keys on some terminals, such as Home or End or PageUp... Those are also bound to some action in less. So when less receives a ESC [, it's waiting for more (without timing out like some other applications do). On my terminal ESC[6~ is PageDown. If I press ...


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The only way I found is by context menu in a console(right click), then right click on "Paste" menu item -> Configure shortcut... The only issue is this setting is persisted only for current session.


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You can use the xbindkeys utility, with a personal configuration file ~/.xbindkeysrc as: "xvkbd -xsendevent -text '¯\_(ツ)_/¯'" control + shift + 3 # Key code, can change depending on your keyboard To identify the key code you want to use you can do: xbindkeys -k and enter keys.


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First, find the keyboard shortcuts menu. I don't have linux mint available, but according to this blog post it's a matter of going to Menu → Keyboard → Shortcuts: Find 'Custom Shortcuts' in the left bar, and add one with the command xdotool type '¯\_(ツ)_/¯'. In 'Keyboard Bindings', bind it to a key (combination) of your choice. Of course, there are many ...


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This isn’t an exhaustive list, and I haven’t tried to determine popularity: Abiword, Amanda, Atari800, Bacula, Bareos, GNU bc, BlueZ, Cdecl, ConnMan, Freeciv, FreeRADIUS, GNU ftp, NetKit ftp, FVWM, GDB, GPG, Guile, Hatari, Hunspell, Lftp, NetworkManager, nftables, Parted, the rc shell, Samba, SQLite, GNU Units, VICE, Wesnoth, WPA Supplicant... A number of ...


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Deleting the files in ~/.config/pulse then running the following in the terminal should fix it: pulseaudio -k You may need to restart your sound playing apps after that, and if pulseaudio doesn't restart on its own, this will restart it: pulseaudio --start Okay. At the bottom of the window click on Add. In the window that open for the command enter this: ...


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For me the following worked in Ubuntu 16.04: move mouse pointer to the top center of the screen. A hidden toolbar should've appeared, but it doesn't. It turns out, it is still there, it's just invisible: mouse pointer shape changes in that region, when it touches the top edge of the screen. So I click where I expect the "leave full screen" button be, in ...


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With the following command I was able to map left arrow on right alt: xmodmap -e 'keycode 108=Left' Afterwards I mapped AltGr on right command: xmodmap -e 'keycode 134=ISO_Level3_Shift'


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When you set VISUAL to a string containing vi, zsh uses the Vi keymaps (vicmd, viins, …) with Vi-style default key bindings. Otherwise zsh uses the emacs keymap with Emacs-style default key bindings. If you want to use Emacs-style command line editing in the shell but use Vim as your favorite editor, add bindkey -e to your .zshrc. If you want to use Vi-...


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