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Re: Mapping the numeric keypad

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  • björn
    ... Hi Paul, I don t think this is a Mac-specific problem so you ll probably get more answers posting to the vim_use mailing list instead. (Unfortunately I
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 17, 2010
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      On 17 March 2010 18:18, Paul wrote:
      > A follow up to a previous post from last year. I installed snapshot 52
      > and have had ~some~ luck getting the numeric keypad to behave like the
      > Up/Down/Home/PageDown/etc. keys. However, because of the number of
      > keys to map (eight), the different types of mappings (map, map!, vmap,
      > possibly more?), and the modifier keys (shift, control, shift
      > +control), it all feels clumsy and quirky. Perhaps someone has a
      > simpler way of making, say, the 8 key on my keypad act like an exact
      > duplicate of the Up-arrow key?
      >
      > One specific "quirk", to illustrate: when I'm in select mode and I
      > press the Up key I exit select mode, as expected. However after doing
      > all my mappings of <k8> to <Up>, pressing the keypad 8 key will not
      > exit select mode the same way (or, at all, actually).

      Hi Paul,

      I don't think this is a Mac-specific problem so you'll probably get
      more answers posting to the vim_use mailing list instead.
      (Unfortunately I can't answer this question off the top of my head or
      I'd give you an answer.)

      Björn

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