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109857Re: Mapping ctrl-; (ctrl semicolon)

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  • Chris Jones
    Dec 1, 2009
      On Tue, Dec 01, 2009 at 01:10:15PM EST, Karl Guertin wrote:
      > On Dec 1, 7:34 am, Tim Chase <v...@...> wrote:
      > > When you say that other applications see it, are they GUI or
      > > console apps (especially via SSH)?
      >
      > Sorry. That'd be gui apps (tested with a quick firebug onkeypress
      > handler in firefox).
      >
      > > In insert mode, you can try typing control+V followed by control+;
      > > and see if Vim sees the character.  You might also try the same experiment
      > > in gvim.
      >
      > This was being done in MacVim (which I know is slightly different) and
      > it does not see the event. It gets a plain ;. The term seems to be
      > eating ctrl-; and vim never even gets it. I was writing here mostly to
      > see if anybody else was seeing it or it's something with my system
      > setup that I'm missing.

      Same here, on linux debian, both with xterm & rxvt.

      On a US keyboard, the following all appear to behave likewise, both with
      the Ctrl and Ctrl+Shift modifiers:

      , . ; ' - = 0 9 1 2

      < > : " _ + ) ( ! @


      CJ

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