Please click the link in the confirmation email to activate your subscription. asked 3 years ago viewed 83502 times active 17 days ago Blog How We Make Money at Stack Overflow: 2016 Edition Stack Overflow Podcast #94 - We Don't Care If Bret If you pressed escape key and then pressed insert key and types again, a new edit session is started. Could you please elaborate , what I should do? –Rahul Saxena Jul 13 '15 at 6:01 | show 2 more comments 1 Answer 1 active oldest votes up vote 1 down weblink
ConEmu owner Maximus5 commented Apr 13, 2016 I suppose that mc, same as vim, requests DECCKM mode, but ConEmu has no chance to know that. Simple template. Removing it solved the problem: " this is NOT something you want in .vimrc: " In normal mode, hitting Esc turns off search highlights: nmap
Name it ".vimrc" , use command - vi .vimrc 4. Cola de reproducciónColaCola de reproducciónCola Eliminar todoDesconectar The next video is startingstop Cargando... I am using cmd.exe in windows and sshing into ubuntu using vagrant –CodeCode O-1-O-log-n May 19 '15 at 19:00 @CodeCodeO-1-O-log-n so which side were you using vi on the Vi Set Nocompatible Happy Learning :) If you liked the information then help it spreading by sharing this on Facebook or like the page Newbie.StayHungry .
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Not sure what you mean.
ConEmu owner Maximus5 commented Apr 11, 2016 Issue #183 was related to the bug of Docker. Vim Arrow Keys Couldn't Find Definition I can use the hjkl keys in "command" mode as a workaround. Maximus5 added a commit that referenced this issue Apr 13, 2016 Maximus5
ConEmu owner Maximus5 commented Sep 26, 2016 ConEmu implemented xterm keys emulation long-long ago. Reload to refresh your session. ASCII screensavers in Linux Are there any ASCII animations in Linux which can be used as screen-saver ? Vim Arrow Keys Map Looking further ":set t_kl" reporting the weird string "^[O*D" Setting this to "^[[D" or "^[OD" has no effect on the arrow keys actions, it remains jumping by word.
Inicia sesión para que tengamos en cuenta tu opinión. Do this: $ vim ~/.vimrc set t_ku= (now type Ctrl-V and press cursor up) set t_kd= (now type Ctrl-V and press cursor down) set t_kr= (now type Ctrl-V and press cursor Elige tu idioma. http://techese.net/arrow-keys/ubuntu-vi-arrow-keys-not-working.html why is any of this nonsense necessary just to get the fucking arrow keys to work correctly?
what exactly happens when you press them in command mode and insert mode), how you are logging into your remote terminal (from Mac using ssh...? It's completely empty, to make it easier to find what's causing this. The actual name is Bash on Ubuntu on Windows, but that is of cause hopelessly long. Jul 13 '15 at 6:01 Sorry , but i didn't get u ..
Is there a way to fix that?