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Getting ConEmu to send Control slash to programs like emacs #1198

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dstrozzi opened this Issue Jul 19, 2017 · 3 comments

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dstrozzi commented Jul 19, 2017

I can't figure out how to have ConEmu send Control-slash (C-/) to emacs -nw (i.e. the plain terminal emacs, no X / GUI). This is the simplest keyboard shortcut for "undo" in emacs - very handy. It seems emacs doesn't receive this keystroke at all, since C-h k (describe key) C-/ acts as if I didn't press anything. The same problem happens whether I run emacs directly as a new ConEmu console, or start it from a cmd / bash (cygwin) Conemu console.

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Seems like you have not try to search in the issues.
Anyway, Ctrl+/ never worked for me. Even from RealConsole. If don't know why but this is a question for another place.
But the Ctrl+_ (which is actually Ctrl+Shift+- on my keyboard layout) is working properly.

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Maximus5 commented Jul 19, 2017

Seems like you have not try to search in the issues.
Anyway, Ctrl+/ never worked for me. Even from RealConsole. If don't know why but this is a question for another place.
But the Ctrl+_ (which is actually Ctrl+Shift+- on my keyboard layout) is working properly.

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Maximus5 commented Jul 19, 2017

Dup: gh-1136

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