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commit 6a208619a90cccfe60dfc1267010f862eff68301
parent 3b69544d7ed6c3cd17ada5dded3387367042d4ff
Author: Jan Christoph Ebersbach <jceb@e-jc.de>
Date:   Mon, 31 Jul 2017 07:41:02 +0200

[st] Fix typos

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Mst.suckless.org/patches/fix_keyboard_input.md | 10+++++-----
1 file changed, 5 insertions(+), 5 deletions(-)

diff --git a/st.suckless.org/patches/fix_keyboard_input.md b/st.suckless.org/patches/fix_keyboard_input.md @@ -17,16 +17,16 @@ Notes it in real world settings. I tried to encode as many key combinations as possible according to the new scheme. This might cause issues with existing applications if they're not aware of it. Please report any issues that you - come accross. + come across. - If you use `<C-[>` for `<Esc>`, I suggest that you remove the following line - from this patch to reenable the behavior: + from this patch to re-enable the behavior: ``` { XK_bracketleft, ControlMask, "\033[91;5u", 0, 0, 0}, ``` - If you use `<C-6>` for changing to the alternative file, I suggest that you - remove the following line from this patch to reenable the behavior: + remove the following line from this patch to re-enable the behavior: ``` { XK_6, ControlMask, "\033[54;5u", 0, 0, 0}, @@ -55,11 +55,11 @@ Notes - Leonard suggests to bind the CSI sequence that starts an escape sequence to `0x9b` instead of `0x1b` (Esc) followed by `0x5b` (left bracket, [). This removes the double use of the Esc key in terminals. Programs that run in - terminals always have to work around the doulbe use of the Esc key by + terminals always have to work around the double use of the Esc key by introducing a timeout that has to pass before a press of the plain Esc key is acted upon. For example in vim the timeout is set by the `ttimeout` and `ttimeoutlen` setting. If you want to get rid of the double use and the - timeout, replace all occurences of `\033[` with `\233` in the key defition. + timeout, replace all occurrences of `\033[` with `\233` in the key definition. In addition, settings in your CLI programs have to be adjusted to disable the timeout.