Re: Bind german umlauts with macm
2011/11/24 Tony Mechelynck <antoine.mechelynck@...>:
> On Nov 24, 6:24 pm, Paul Schyska <pschy...@...> wrote:--
>> Hi Group,
>> I want to bind <D-ö> and <D-ä> to previous/next tab as it is in
>> Terminal.app (with german OSX at least :-)
>> However, I'm getting "E475: Invalid argument: <D-ö>" and "E475:
>> Invalid argument: <D-ä>" with
>> macm Window.Select\ Previous\ Tab key=<D-ö>
>> macm Window.Select\ Next\ Tab key=<D-ä>
>> The umlaut keys don't seem to be defined - map <D-ö> works though (but
>> you can't map this but need to macm it right?).
>> Any quick fix for this?
> To select the next or previous tab, you can use "classical" Vim
> bindings, and these work with :map (or :imap, :noremap, etc.):
> :map <D-ä> gt
> :map <D-ö> gT
> :imap <D-ä> <C-O>gt
> :imap <D-ö> <C-O>gT
> With a count, the first of these will go to the n-th tab (not n tab
> pages forward) while the second _will_ go n tab pages backward. I find
> that confusing, but that's what the help says.
> Best regards,
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> wording: "Miss Brown, I'd like to introduce you to an older person"
> (unless her name is not "Miss Brown"). If you do not know a person's
> age, ask for a driver's license and a major credit card. If you are
> introduced to a member of a minority group, use the "high-five" style
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