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Re: mutt, xemacs, and kterm


Sat, Nov 11, 2000 at 07:44:38PM +0900 
Junjiro Okajima wrote:

> Josh Huber:
> > My only problem with kterm is that I can't seem to get the home/end
> > keys working. What's interesting is this... home and end both produce
> > ^[[ (using control-V<End>) while in xterm I get ^[[H for home and ^[[F
> > for end.  It's interesting to note that home/end don't work in xterm
> > either though. (for mutt anyway)  Any thoughts on this one?
> I don't know the reason but recommend modifying the translation table
> in X resource. for example,
> kterm -xrm '*VT100.Translations:#override None<Key>Home:string("ls\n")\nNone<Key>End:string("ls\n") '

  This can be done by user-ja-conf command in user-ja package.
task-jasanese package may install all the required package to construct
Jasanese environment.

  user-ja is very popular in Japan. try it!

> I wonder the kterm is based upon the xterm in *X11R6.1*. There maybe a
> differnce in xterms between R6.1 and current R6.3 about key
> translations.
> Junjiro Okajima

  I cannot say any advice for this :-(

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