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#210 macOS: Unable to map ctrl keys 18 days ago

Comment by ~muellerj on ~sircmpwn/aerc2

That was a good hint indeed! I still had tmux mappings for pane navigation, although I never use vertical splits.

Consider my issue resolved. Thanks ~ake!

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#210 macOS: Unable to map ctrl keys 19 days ago

Comment by ~muellerj on ~sircmpwn/aerc2

I should add that I've tried Terminal and iTerm2 with the same behaviour.

#210 macOS: Unable to map ctrl keys 19 days ago

bug added by ~muellerj on ~sircmpwn/aerc2

#210 macOS: Unable to map ctrl keys 19 days ago

Ticket created by ~muellerj on ~sircmpwn/aerc2

I am unable to map ctrl + {h,j,k,l} to any action (e.g. in the compose window, where I would like to be able to invoke :prev-field etc.). My zsh config has stty -ixon, such that

$ stty
speed 9600 baud;
lflags: echoe echoke echoctl pendin
iflags: -ixon iutf8
oflags: -oxtabs
cflags: cs8 -parenb

How can I determine, where the keypress gets eaten. Does aerc ever even see the key being pressed?

#189 Allow mapping of mailbox names a month ago

feature added by ~muellerj on ~sircmpwn/aerc2

#189 Allow mapping of mailbox names a month ago

Ticket created by ~muellerj on ~sircmpwn/aerc2

Currently, the folder list in the sidebar reads

INBOX
INBOX.Archive
INBOX.Drafts
INBOX.Sent
etc.

If would be nice if one could add a mapping for the folder names such that the display becomes

Inbox
Archive
Drafts
Sent
etc.

Maybe this setting can be integrated with the folders setting in accounts.conf. Also, the destination folders (archive, copy-to, default) have to be either aware of the mapping or the README should make it clear, that these settings reference the unmapped names.