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Remove ':' from default select_by_word_characters #2602

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Jaapp- opened this issue Apr 28, 2020 · 0 comments
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Remove ':' from default select_by_word_characters #2602

Jaapp- opened this issue Apr 28, 2020 · 0 comments

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Jaapp- commented Apr 28, 2020

Switching from gnome-terminal to kitty has been very nice, but I have noticed one issue: when doing a recursive grep, I can't quickly copy-paste a path because : (and sometimes some of the line's contents) will select along with the path. Gnome-terminal does select only the path (up to, excluding, :) when double clicking it.

This can of course be changed through configuration, but since I imagine this is a common use case, consider changing the default value.

Example

$ grep -r select_by_word_characters
kitty/config_data.py:o('select_by_word_characters', ':@-./_~?&=%+#', long_text=_('''
kitty/state.h:    char_type select_by_word_characters[256]; size_t select_by_word_characters_count;

Selected by double-clicking kitty/config_data.py:

kitty/config_data.py:o

In Gnome Terminal:

kitty/config_data.py
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