On Friday 28 September 2007 11:56, Giorgos Keramidas wrote: > On 2007-09-27 23:05, Jay Chandler <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > Eric Schuele wrote: > >> On 09/27/2007 21:01, Jay Chandler wrote: > >>> Howdy. > >>> Sorry to keep hitting the list with questions today, but does anyone > >>> know how to get the home, delete, end, page up, etc. keys working > >>> correctly in vim? > >>> > >>> It works in Linux, drives me nuts in FreeBSD... > >> > >> They work perfectly fine here. How is it you expect those keys to > >> behave? Define "working correctly". > > > > When in insert mode, and pagedown is pressed, the letter the cursor is > > over is capitalized, and the editor is removed from insert mode, as an > > example. > > > > PageUp capitalizes the letter next to it, and again removes me from > > insert mode. > > > > Home randomly capitalizes letters and shifts the cursor to the next > > letter. > > > > Insert decapitalizes the letter the cursor is over. > > > > Weird behavior like this... > >
Nothing weird, same here with every terminal I have installed(xterm, Eterm & konsole). You should instal Vim if you want the old behaviour. > > I was mistaken in that this is in vim-- this is in the natural version > > of vi that ships with the base OS. > > > > This is happening from PuTTY in default setting mode on a Windows > > box-- my MacBook is relatively better behaved. > > This is usually a configuration error related to the $TERM setup of the > client, so what's your terminal set to in the PuTTY setup of Windows? Keep in mind that nvi is a different program. Why don't you install Vim? Actually, the only consistent behaviour is, that vi clones have inconsistencies among them :) _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"