Re: mc Digest, Vol 192, Issue 7

I'm also having strange effects to some key-ins?
Suspecting dirty/entered-dust keys, which is a problem
for a laptop.
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   1. Is it possible to bind Ctrl-g and Ctrl-Alt-o?
      (Sebastian Gniazdowski)


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Date: Sat, 28 Aug 2021 03:16:43 +0200
From: Sebastian Gniazdowski <sgniazdowski gmail com>
To: mc <mc gnome org>
Subject: Is it possible to bind Ctrl-g and Ctrl-Alt-o?
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I'm having problems with binding Ctrl-g and Ctrl-Alt-o (in mcedit)? The
combinations are good so it's hard to see them unbound. Did anyone had such
problems and/or successfully bound those keys?

To be exact, the problems are:
- Ctrl-g ? no reaction at all,
- Ctrl-Alt-o ? a very weird behavior: it works as if it were temporarily
disabling Ctrl (until it is pressed again) and Alt. So it enters "o", and
any other following letter key, because Ctrl isn't active till it is
pressed again, so is Alt.

I'm using xterm.
Best regards,
Sebastian Gniazdowski
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