Fwd: Re: F10 issue & special terminal case

PocketPutty should have means for inserting ESC and maybe even functional
keys. I remember that when I used putty for Symbian on my Nokia 6600 i saw
something like that. In any case you can always type "exit" in the command
prompt to exit MC. Scrollable menus would be the best solution to your
problem but it will take some time to implement.

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Von: Andy Shevchenko
An: Pavel Tsekov
Betreff: Re: F10 issue & special terminal case
Datum: Fri, 24 Mar 2006 12:45:14 +0200

Pavel Tsekov пиÑ?еÑ?:
>>My proposition is to add 'Quit' menu item to the main submenu 'File'.
> No. This is a corner case and we are not going to change MC just because
> it.
But native editor has it.

(According to 'Save' button may be good solution to equalize 'Quit' as 

>>P.S. Functional keys are not working in my case or I do not know how to 
>>input their by standart Pocket kbd.
> You should input ESC 0 - this is threated as F10 by MC. I.e. hit the esc
> and then 0.
Pocket kbd has no ESC. I try to Ctrl + [ + 0 and no effect was received.

With best regards,
Andy Shevchenko.      mailto: andriy asplinux ru

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