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Re: Getting mappings working again on Linux machine

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  • Eddy Petri┼čor
    ... -- Regards, EddyP ============================================= Imagination is more important than knowledge A.Einstein
    Message 1 of 16 , May 4, 2006
      On 5/4/06, Eric Leenman <eric.leenman@...> wrote:
      > Hi,
      >
      > On my WinXP machine in gvim 6.3.0 my mapping works
      > On my Linux machine it partly works.
      >
      > One of the things that doesn't work is the windows behaviour.
      > Like CTRL-C, CTRL-V , CTRL-X, ect
      >
      > But also my own mappings work partly.
      > For example; i have a mapping like this which works on WinXP
      >
      > noremap <C-Left> b
      > inoremap <c-\><c-n> <C-left>
      >
      > noremap <C-Right> w
      > inoremap <c-\><c-n> <C-Right>
      >
      > But under Linux it doesn't
      > b and w itself does work.
      > Are C-Left and C-right special keys under Linux?

      :behaviour mswin

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      Regards,
      EddyP
      =============================================
      "Imagination is more important than knowledge" A.Einstein
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