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Month: March 2013

Re: [trinity-users] konsole: how do I pass shift-right & shift-left to the shell?

From: Nicolas Bercher <nbercher@...>
Date: Tue, 26 Mar 2013 16:06:04 +0100
On 10/03/2013 16:03, Jay L. Klepacs wrote:
> I don't see that you've changed it to Shift+Right and Shift+Left, and
> yes, you can always grep for stuff but I don't think it's needed, but
> in your casevmaybe do a "find . -type f -exec grep -l Ctrl {} \;" in
> your home directory and/or just have a peek thru ~/.bash*
> /etc/environment (if there is one) and /etc/profile, but by the looks
> of it, you just need to simply change Konsole settings from
> Ctrl-Maj+Right  and Ctrl-Maj+Right to Shift+Right and Shift+Left like
> my previous post instructed, and your good-to-go.

I think you misunderstood my request: I want to pass shift-{left,right}
shortcuts to the shell, indeed to emacs/org-mode running under Konsole.

So the trick would be to find where these shortcuts are intercepted
between Konsole/Trinity/Xorg and disable them.  So it is normal that
Konsole is not configured to handle shift-{left,right} shortcuts.

Passing shift-{left,right} to emacs works on a various terminal flavors
including gnome-terminal & xterm under gnome (I should test them under
Trinity as well!), wmii terminal, tty, osso-xterm under Maemo, etc.