Re: How do I get xterm setup on MGT

Hello Srivathsa, despite the use of the word GNOME in the title of the
app, MGT isn't at all related to GNOME except that it uses some
libraries. I suspect that no here will have heard of it. Have you tried
asking the author directly?

Good luck with your search!


On Thu, 2005-24-02 at 16:47 +0530, Srivathsa Rao U wrote:
> Hi,
>     I am xterm user and recently I switched to multi-gnome-terminal
> [V1.6.2]. I saw on 
> page telling
> MGT supports everything which is supported in xterm
> "In simpler terms, this means that Multi Gnome Terminal understands
> all the commands (escape sequences) used by VT52/VT102/VT220/xterm
> terminals for things like positioning of the cursor on screen.
> Therefore, you can run in Multi Gnome Terminal any application that is
> designed to work inside VT52/VT102/VT220/xterm terminals and all the
> controls (such as arrows, PageUp/PageDown keys, Tab key, etc) should
> work as expected."
> But no where I found documentation regarding how to do it. Is MGT uses
> the same setup which we have for xterm, ie. in .Xdefaults. I was
> searching through google for the help, and I saw lots of query
> regarding the same. but no where I found the solution. Can you tell me
> how can I get my same xterm setup into MGT.
> basically I need 
> 1. PAGEUP/PAGEDOWN for pageup/pagedown instead of shift
> 2. I have some keybinding for xterm which reads clipboard info or
> primary buffer and with some manipulation to it executes command in
> xterm. eg:
> xterm*VT100.Translations:    #override\n\
> <Key>F3: string(0x17) string("nedit ") insert-selection(PRIMARY, CUT_BUFFER0) string(" & ") string(0x0d)\n\
> <Key>F4: string(0x17) string("less ") insert-selection(PRIMARY, CUT_BUFFER0) string(0x0d)\n\
> Which will invoke nedit or less with the selected text as argument to
> it. How can I do same thing for MGT.
> Could you pls. help me to resolve this.
> Thanx & Rgds,
> Srivathsa
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