I am trying to use
windmove with the default bindings and am unable to get the shift key bindings working correctly.
When I hit
Shift-<up>, instead of selecting another window, the point moves and a region is selected.
C-h k RET Shift-<up> simply shows
Using GNU Emacs 24.3.
Here is the entry from my
(global-set-key "\e[1;2A" 'windmove-up) (global-set-key "\e[1;2B" 'windmove-down) (global-set-key "\e[1;2C" 'windmove-right) (global-set-key "\e[1;2D" 'windmove-left)
I am using these entries, instead of
windmove-default-keybindings since the default wasn't working when I opened a non-windowed emacs through tmux.
windmove-default-keybindings, it does indeed work in the windowed version. It still doesn't work in tmux. However it is beginning to look like more of an inputrc issue since
C-h kisn't getting it either.
C-h w windmove-downtell you? Whatever key it says is the key that is bound to that command. Then do
C-h kfollowed by hitting whatever keyboard key you think your keyboard uses to create the sequence
ESC [ 1 ; 2 B(i.e., "\e[1;2B"). That tells you what that keyboard key (whatever it is) is really bound to, if anything.