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[ubuntu] GNU Screen "Copy Mode" & GNU Nano

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http://ubuntuforums.org – This isn't exactly an Ubuntu-specific quesiton, but I figured the people here might be able to answer this... or at least confirm this glitch. I've gotten used to using GNU Screen when SSHed into my server (Ubuntu 12.04LTS Server), so I can edit configuration files on the right half of the screen, and see server output on the left side, etc. I also like the convenience of GNU Screen's "copy mode," i.e. Ctrl + "[", in order to copy and paste text. However, I do a fair amount of my terminal-based text editing in Nano because it's simple and functional, but at least c (Hardware)