On Tuesday, 6. June 2006 19:52, Dirk Schenkewitz wrote:
> On Tuesday, 6. June 2006 19:09, Matthew Miller wrote:
> > On Tue, Jun 06, 2006 at 05:50:52PM +0100, Pedro Tim=F3teo wrote:
> > > > Maybe a "preferences" script should be run the first time you start
> > > > JOE...
> > >
> > > Please change it, or at least allow a preference. It's annoying to ha=
> > > to start vi every time I paste a script, because joe will ruin the
> > > backquotes. :)
> > Oh, there is a preference. Put this in your .joerc:
> > quote ^[ ` Enter Ctrl chars
> Yes, but it's annoying to do this on every machine and everytime an OS is
> wiped out and replaced.
> My vote: Please change it.
> ^[ ` is much better than ^`, but how about ^[ ' (<Esc><singlequote>) and/=
> ^[ " (<Esc><doublequote>) ?
Sorry, that should read:
^[ ` is much better than `, but how about ^[ ' (<Esc><singlequote>) and/or
^[ " (<Esc><doublequote>) ?
> Because, on keyboards where ` is a dead char, you need to type the ` twice
> or type a blank after it to use them as stand-alone characters and to
> trigger a joe-function. This is not needed with singlequote or doublequot=
Here is something missing, it should look as follows:
> On Tuesday, 6. June 2006 16:56, Sebastien Koechlin wrote:
> > About this, on non-english keyboard, it's sometime hard, or not possible
> > to do some keys combinaisons. Control one's in particular. When using
> > joe within putty.exe (windows ssh client) with a french keyboard, I can
> > not use ^_, ^^ ("^" is a dead key in french) ^@ (@ is on a second Alt m=
> > called AltGr key, sometime considered as Alt+Control) ^\ is the same.=20
> > Under linux, ^^, ^@ and ^\ are nearly unusable.
> Talking about that... I just made some quick tests (Linux, german
> keyboard) and found that the following do not work:
> ^' (=3D <Ctrl><single-quote>, not an accent)
> The last two can be reached without using <Shift>.
> But the following work (surprise, surprise):
> ^\ (=3D> quote8) (<AltGr> needed to reach "\")
> ^_ (=3D> undo) (<Shift> needed to reach "_")
> ^` (=3D> quote) <Shift> needed to reach "`" plus a blank or another "`" =
> trigger quote.)
Another mistake - ^` does NOT work, but if ` is defined as quote, then ^`=20
"automatically" works, too.