gnome-terminal and function key definitions
- From: Sean Oughton <seano waikato ac nz>
- To: gnome-list gnome org
- Subject: gnome-terminal and function key definitions
- Date: Tue, 25 Oct 2005 09:23:13 +1300
Two newbie questions (which are stopping me converting from fvwm to gnome).
Google shows a few posts asking about doing the gnome-terminal
equivalent of the xterm key overrides via the .Xdefaults commands:
<KeyPress> Prior: scroll-back(1,page) \n\
<KeyPress> Next: scroll-forw(1,page) \n\
<KeyPress> Insert: insert-selection(PRIMARY, CUT_BUFFER0) \n\
which enable you to make these keys do something other than the default
However, I couldn't find any solutions posted.
So any suggestions from the wise?
Under fvwm I can customize the function of the maximize icon on the
titlebar of any window so that it maximizes to whatever percentage of
the screen I want.
(80% of vertical with no change in the horizontal is very convenient for
I haven't been able to figure out either how to do this or if it's
possible under gnome. Again, any suggestions.
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