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People who use Emacs and Screen

2016-09-09 14:30:07.42829+00 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

People who use Emacs and Screen: What do you use as your Screen hot key? C-a is getting in the way of "beginning of line".

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#Comment Re: People who use Emacs and Screen made: 2016-09-09 21:10:32.005588+00 by: brennen

I was going to say something about tmux, but since it uses C-b, you've pretty much got the same problem... I've just learned to live with it, but then I also don't use Emacs much, which reduces my reliance on those shortcuts some. (Not totally; they're great in the shell, etc.)

#Comment Re: People who use Emacs and Screen made: 2016-09-10 00:52:04.446114+00 by: Dan Lyke

I can remap the attention character in any of 'em, but I think C-b works better because I normally use the arrow keys for that navigation. And there are apparently UTF-8 and just basic "works better" reasons to go with tmux, so as soon as I can migrate all of these screen sessions over...

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