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CTRL + UP / DOWN key binding

Last post: Friday, October 31, 2014 12:05 AM by Soli, 6 reply

 
Monday, April 22, 2013 5:42 AM - Ada Chao

CTRL + UP / DOWN key binding

 
Hi, I saw the new key binding feature, which seems very powerful.

But I can't let the key binding send the sequence "^[[1;5A" or "^[[1;5B" on ctrl + up/down.

Is there anyway to achieve this?
(When I put the sequence in the dialog box, it just send the string to my terminal.)

Program Ver. : Xshell 4
Tuesday, April 23, 2013 6:04 PM - Support

Re: CTRL + UP / DOWN key binding

 
Can you let us know the following?

1. ^[[1;5A and ^[[1;5B keys do in application?
2. name and version of the application


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Wednesday, April 24, 2013 6:11 AM - Ada Chao

Re: CTRL + UP / DOWN key binding

 
Hi, I made the screenshots to answer your question.

Hope these will help.

* And my client version is Xshell 4 (Build 0125)
Wednesday, April 24, 2013 6:00 PM - Support

Re: CTRL + UP / DOWN key binding

 
We were asking what do you expect the keys do in the application you use. So when you enter that key what should happen in what application?

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Wednesday, April 24, 2013 9:34 PM - Ada Chao

Re: CTRL + UP / DOWN key binding

 
I just want it could works like a linux local GUI terminal client do, send the REAL key sequence stands for ctrl+up & ctrl+down.

If you press ctrl+v & the key combination, you can see the sequences it should send.

Like ctrl + v & ctrl + left, I'll got ^[[1;5D
ctrl + v & ctrl + right, I'll got ^[[1;5C

But I got NOTHING when I'm pressing ctrl + v & ctrl + up/down, seems like the application just ignore these key combinations, so I want to add it as a keyboard shortcut, but it just send some strings, instead of the key sequences.

Hope I explained it well this time.
Sorry for my poor English.
Monday, April 29, 2013 6:46 PM - Support

Re: CTRL + UP / DOWN key binding

 
Thank you for the information. Key value may differ depending on your shell environment settings. So, we need to know which application you are trouble using with Xshell.

Please tell us what is the desired action when you press ctrl+up/down and in which application.

In the current Xshell version, Ctrl+UP and DOWN keys are ignored by default. You can configured to send certain values by using the key mapping feature. But, we need to know which application you are using in order to help you.




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Friday, October 31, 2014 12:05 AM - Soli

Re: CTRL + UP / DOWN key binding

 

In Tmux, Ctrl+Up/Down are used to resize the current pane.