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Topic: Telnet and key mappings
From: Farmington, UT USA
Member Since: 08/07/02
|posted July 17, 2007 6:17 PM
I am not sure I understand the difference in VT terminal types and keyboard mapping. It seems that the connection to the server makes keys behave differently then when the user logs into a application. I noticed that the connection to the server allows the ENTER key to work but when the application is logged into then the ENTER key stops working and is expecting the CTRL key to act as the enter key. I have been able to re-map certain keys by using the keydown event to issue escape codes but I have not been able to figure out how to make the CTRL key act as a ENTER key. Terminal mode is VT220.
I also noticed that even the standard VT220 default function keys do not seem to work without capturing the key and remapping it. Am I overlooking some property or method that needs to be set and is there a different way to invoke keyboard mappings other than the keydown, up or press events?
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