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KB#00232-Remapping the arrow keys in the termcap file, using a Wyse 60 as an example

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Remapping the arrow keys in the termcap file, using a Wyse 60 as an example

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# The following lines in the "wyse60-bb" termcap entry re-load new 
# values into the arrow keys: 

:i3=\EZ0-\EA\177\EZ0.\EB\177\EZ0+\EC\177\EZ0,\ED\177: :r3=\EZ0-^H\177\EZ0.^L\177\EZ0+^K\177\EZ0,^J\177:# 
# Then, the following cursor definitions define the arrow keys as 
# having the new values: 

:kl=\EA:kr=\EB:ku=\EC:kd=\ED:# 
# :kl= (cursor left) :kr= (cursor right) 
# :ku= (cursor up) :kd= (cursor down) 

# So, to return the Wyse 60 to it's original arrow key values, 
# take out the :i3= and :r3= lines; and then re-define the arrow 
# key definitions to default values: 

:kl=^H:kr=^L:ku=^K:kd=^J:# 

# Now the left arrow will act as the backspace key. 




Last Modified: 12/29/1997 Product: PRO/5 Operating System: Unix

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