Hi,I have been using Centos6.4 for around a week I used to customize Keyboard Shortcuts in Terminal of Centos 6.2 It allows us to set ctrl+<left_arrow_key> as a shortcut for moving thro... [by csakthikumar]
I have 2 bugs in my Ubuntu 12.04 fresh installation using a Macbook Pro keyboard. Note: I swapped the Ctrl and Cmd keys (Ctrl and Super on regular keyboards), but that should not affect the shortcuts I program.)
I changed the Switch application shortcut from Alt-Tab to Ctrl-Tab. It saves this correctly but the change does not seem to take effect. I rebooted and it still doesn't.
Ok, I realise that I risk a religious war asking a question about text editors, but here goes.
Mostly used for config file edits
Text based not GUI
Available for Raspian flavour of Debian
No learning required for a Windows/Mac GUI user (no vi/vim)
Makes full use of keys found on modern keyboards, i.e.
I'm on my Ubuntu 12.04. Every time I'm editing a text, i'm using ctrl + left/right arrow keys to move/jump between words. Recently, I installed xscreensaver and changed keyboard shortcuts to activate my screensaver. But then, Ctrl + left key stop responding to what it must do (move to the next word to the left). Ctrl + right key still jumps to next word to the right.
I'm using zsh + rxvt-unicode as a terminal simulator in Archlinux. I've successfully setup navigation in the terminal using Ctrl+Arrow keys, but i can't setup the terminal to be able to select text when pressing Shift + Arrow (or Ctrl + Shift + Arrow to select the whole word). After several days of searching for solution I couldn't find one.
I'm using a USB keyboard which works fine on Windows, but on Linux (Ubuntu and Fedora) this happens.
When I press ctrl C to copy some text, the keyboard stops working and I can't type anything anymore. Sometimes it also prints something like this: ctrl^C ctrl^C ctrl^C ctrl^C ctrl^C ctrl^C ctrl^C ctrl^C ctrl^C ctrl^C ctrl^C
I just upgraded from 13.10 to 14.04 (GNOME interface) and none of the shortcut key combinations or Fn+F(#) controls seem to be working any more (not even the default ones, like Ctrl+Alt+T for terminal). Additionally, I have an HP wireless keyboard with extra media control and volume toggle buttons. These no longer function either.
I've recently started using a Mac (running Lion), and there is one inconsistency that's getting to me. In Chrome and MVim, I can switch tabs with Ctrl+PageUp/PageDown. But, in the Terminal, I have to use Cmd+Shift+Left/Right.