Making terminal behave like Linux

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Fire up your Terminal, go to Preferences -> Settings – Keyboard and modify the following keys, so that their action matches the value shown. You can edit the keystroke for an item by double clicking on it, selecting “send string to shell”, and typing the indicated keys.
Fire up your Terminal, go to Preferences -> Settings – Keyboard and modify the following keys, so that their action matches the value shown. You can edit the keystroke for an item by double clicking on it, selecting “send string to shell”, and typing the indicated keys.
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Key Action Keystrokes
Key Action Keystrokes
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control cursor left \033b ESC b
control cursor left \033b ESC b
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control cursor right \033f ESC f
control cursor right \033f ESC f
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end \005 CTRL+e
end \005 CTRL+e
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home \001 CTRL+a
home \001 CTRL+a
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page down \026 CTRL+v
page down \026 CTRL+v
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page up \033v ESC v
page up \033v ESC v

Revision as of 15:21, 5 September 2013

Don't every lose this...

http://www.sems.org/2011/03/making-mac-os-x-terminal-behave-like-doslinux/

Fire up your Terminal, go to Preferences -> Settings – Keyboard and modify the following keys, so that their action matches the value shown. You can edit the keystroke for an item by double clicking on it, selecting “send string to shell”, and typing the indicated keys.


Key Action Keystrokes

control cursor left \033b ESC b

control cursor right \033f ESC f

end \005 CTRL+e

home \001 CTRL+a

page down \026 CTRL+v

page up \033v ESC v

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