Re: Configuration suggestions for MC on OS X?

Hi Pavel,

iterm certainly seems like a better terminal.

The only problem i'm having with this is that the line drawing characters don't seem to fit right, regardless of how i size the window. when i turn off the lline drawing characters (mc -a) it works better, but the screen doesn't look as nice.

It seems that i can get a few more of the keys that i need, so i'll play around with i, but i'd like to get the line drawing characters to work now1

thanks for all your help!

On Tuesday, March 11, 2003, at 06:57 PM, Pavel Roskin wrote:

All of my functions keys seemed to bind properly with the exception of
home, end, delete,  pageup, pagedown, +, -, * (all on keypad). these
keys all, when i pressed the space key, and then pressed the key that
should have bound did nothing.  I ended up having to press the ESC key
to go back to the learn key menu.

Sorry, I don't remember how Mac keyboards look like, but if you have a
numlock key, try turning it on and off. If there are any other PageUp and
PageDown keys (i.e. not on the keypad), try using them.

If nothing helps, try iTerm ( or some other

Pavel Roskin
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