[Konsole-devel] Bug#40611: marked as done (Konsole grabbing Ctrl+B keystrokes) by Waldo Bastian <bastian at kde.org>
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Wed Apr 10 03:33:03 UTC 2002
Your message with subj: [Konsole-devel] Bug#40611: Konsole grabbing Ctrl+B keystrokes
On Tuesday 09 April 2002 05:10 pm, Stuart.herring at hpa.com.au wrote:
> Is there any real reason why Konsole would honour a shortcut for add
No, it's a bug. Fixed already.
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Subject: Konsole grabbing Ctrl+B keystrokes
From: Stuart.herring at hpa.com.au
Version: KDE 3.0.5 CVS/CVSup/Snapshot
Installed from: Compiled sources
Compiler: gcc 2.95.4
OS/Compiler notes: Not Specified
In recent builds, Konsole has started eating CTRL+B keypresses.
This makes using Vi in a konsole session rather annoying, as you can CTRL+F down a file, but using CTRL+B to go back up won't work.
On investigating, it appears that it's because the Application Shortcut for Add Bookmark is assigned to CTRL+B.
Is there any real reason why Konsole would honour a shortcut for add bookmark?
This also affects less, man, and quite a few other console based programs that involve text paging.
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