How does one do Keyboard mapping?
asked Dec 14 '10 at 20:23
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In SSH Tectia Client you can control what gets sent to the remote end when a key is pressed. You can do it in two ways:
If you have changed the mapping in keymap22.map file and also done other mapping for the same key using the keymap editor, then the effective one will be the user defined keymap file done with keymap editor.
Example With the the current key mappings the Home key does not work correctly in most cases when connecting to Linux. Pressing Home key should take you to the beginning of the command line you are typing. Now it just may print string like "^[[2~".
To correct this behaviour using keymap editor (way 1.) do the mapping for Home key and for the string enter \033[1~ or \033[H
To correct by editing the keymap22.map file open the file in text editor (like notepad) and look for string
TH_Home = "\033[2~"
and change it for example to:
TH_Home = "\033[1~"
After that the Home key should work.
answered Dec 14 '10 at 20:24
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