3882Re: mapping alt-arrow
- Apr 24, 2006On Sat, Apr 22, 2006 at 08:40:29PM +0100, Afternoon wrote:
>If <D-o> opens a buffer successfully, then I think *some* <D-> maps
> I too am experiencing trouble mapping various key combinations in Vim
> 7, both 7.0c2 and 7.0e.02. I can't seem to map M combinations or D
> combinations, although doing <D-o> opens a buffer successfully.
> I'm also having problems mapping backspace, e.g. <M-BS> in both Vim 6
> (my own build) and 7 (in GUI mode). I've had a bit of a read around
> and it's clear that there are some terminal-related issues with
> backspace. However, backspace is sending ^H as expected. :fixdel and
> setting the value of t_kb doesn't seem to help any.
> Basically I'm trying to map lots of the core OS X editing key
> combinations. Any help/insight anyone can provide with either of
> these questions would be much appreciated. Looking forward to getting
> Vim 7 really cooking.
must be working. Check
:verbose map <D-o>
This should tell you that it is defined in $VIMRUNTIME/macmap.vim . Of
course, keys like <BS> are likely to be more problematic than alphabetic
I am afraid I cannot be much help on this. I can only tell you that
it works for me on two PPC Macs, running OS X 10.3.9 and 10.4.5. You
did not mention which version of OS X you are using.
HTH --Benji Fisher
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