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Re: RXVT doesn't recognize ALT + Cursor keys
Corinna Vinschen wrote:
As vi user I'm not a real emacs person. I'm using the cursor keys a
lot in tcsh, especially to scroll through the history, so it's quite
helpful to do all moving using the cursor keys in tcsh, imho.
I understand, however even as a vi user you use the "j" and "k" keys for
up and down movement, the "h" and "l" keys for left and right movement
and the "w" for word forward forward, "b" for word back no? I've always
heard that the reason for that is to more efficiently do movement while
leaving your fingers on the "home row". If that's true then why then
reorient your hands off home row to do word movement just for the
command line? Just something to think about...
Andrew DeFaria <http://defaria.com>
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