Normally when I have my text editor open in terminal, I use the key combination CTRL+K+V to move to the end of the file
CTRL+K+V does not work when I am in the “main cssh input field”, (ie when i am typing in multiple terminals). But if I select one of the open terminals directly, then CTRL+K+V works.
So I assume, when I use it in the main input field, it gets “eaten”.
Ideally, I would like
cssh to pass all key combination to the terminals.
I don’t need
cssh to use its own key shortcuts.
Is there somewhere where I can configure / disable key shortcuts used by
cssh, so that all are passed to terminals ?
Another problem is, when I press F10, it is not passed to the terminals, but opens the menu of
cssh. This is pure evil. The
cssh window already has menu, where I can click with mouse and select items. Who needs to sacrifice F10, for such stupid thing?
Is it possible to disable all keys in cssh, so that all are passed to the terminals ?
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Author: 400 the Cat