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Re: xterm and gnome-terminal have diferent defaults? [was: Bug#60753: mutt: /etc/Muttrc should not use colors]

On Tue, Mar 28, 2000 at 02:57:11AM +0100, Pedro Guerreiro wrote:
> > On Mon, Mar 20, 2000 at 04:46:04AM -0300, Nicol?s Lichtmaier wrote:
> > >  Using the Space and the Backspace keys for up and down movement is absurd,
> > > it's even stupid. Backspace is back-space. Those keybindings where thought
> > > for keyboards without arrows, and those keyboards no longer exists...
> Not trying the revive this question, but I do have one question:
> If I use mutt from inside xterm, the default key for previous-line is
> Backspace, and Del doesn't do nothing, but if I use it from inside
> gnome-terminal, it works the other way around, ie, Backspace doesn't do
> nothing and Del goes to previous-line.
> I know the problem is with gnome-terminal, so the question is how do I
> change the default binding of DEL in gnome-terminal? I've browse through
> /usr/share/doc/gnome-terminal, but that's a dead end :-(
> Thanks.
> pedro

This is actually a bug in libzvt2, I have submitted a patch to libzvt2 to 
comply with debian xterm specs. Hopefully the maintainer will apply this 
and upload to potato soon

Frank aka Myth

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