How can I disable the ISO14755 shift-ctrl hotkey?
rxvt-unicode at adamspiers.org
Sat Aug 22 01:24:01 CEST 2009
On Sat, Aug 22, 2009 at 12:59:27AM +0200, Marc Lehmann wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 21, 2009 at 10:51:09PM +0100, Adam Spiers <rxvt-unicode at adamspiers.org> wrote:
> > Ah yes, I misread the manual :-(
> > Please count this as a feature request for an Xresource to disable ISO
> > 14755 altogether without requiring recompilation.
> But it will not do anything for your problem - why do you want to disable
> a helpful feature?
It's not a helpful feature for me - I never ever need it, and it
frequently gets in the way by inserting funny characters when I don't
want it to.
> > Hmm, maybe you are right and terminals are incapable of distinguishing
> > between control-<letter> and control-shift-<left> :-/
> You can always make your own keymap to include nonstandard keymaps. The
> question is still what emacs would expect, given that there is no such
> key sequence (i just checked a few other terminals, and it simply doesn't
> exist, not even as nonstandard extension).
> So when you find out what emacs expects you can put this on your keys.
OK thanks for the info. Actually I don't think I need C-S-<x> passed
through to emacs - maybe to another app although I can't remember
which one off-hand. I'll try to keep an eye out for the next time it
causes a problem so that I can describe the issue more fully.
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