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......@@ -1304,3 +1304,69 @@ heard it, ALWAYS follow it with an 0x0f 0x0e is the shift lock character which
*will* cause people with anything but an ANSI-BBS terminal (ie: *nix users
using the bundled telnet app) to have their screen messed up. 0x0f "undoes"
the 0x0e.
Sequences sent by SyncTERM
The following keys in SyncTERM result in the specified sequence being
sent to the remote. This is not part of CTerm, but are documented here
for people who want to maintain compatibility.
Left Arrow "\033[D"
Right Arrow "\033[C"
Up Arrow "\033[A"
Down Arrow "\033[B"
Home "\033[H"
End "\033[K"
Select "\033[K" (Same as End due to termcap weirdness)
Delete "\x7f"
Page Down "\033[U"
Page Up "\033[V"
F1 "\033[11~"
F2 "\033[12~"
F3 "\033[13~"
F4 "\033[14~"
F5 "\033[15~"
F6 "\033[17~" (Note the jump from 15 to 17 here)
F7 "\033[18~"
F8 "\033[19~"
F9 "\033[20~"
F10 "\033[21~"
F11 "\033[23~" (Note the jump from 21 to 23 here)
F12 "\033[24~"
Shift + F1 "\033[11;2~"
Shift + F2 "\033[12;2~"
Shift + F3 "\033[13;2~"
Shift + F4 "\033[14;2~"
Shift + F5 "\033[15;2~"
Shift + F6 "\033[17;2~"
Shift + F7 "\033[18;2~"
Shift + F8 "\033[19;2~"
Shift + F9 "\033[20;2~"
Shift + F10 "\033[21;2~"
Shift + F11 "\033[23;2~"
Shift + F12 "\033[24;2~"
Alt + F1 "\033[11;3~"
Alt + F2 "\033[12;3~"
Alt + F3 "\033[13;3~"
Alt + F4 "\033[14;3~"
Alt + F5 "\033[15;3~"
Alt + F6 "\033[17;3~"
Alt + F7 "\033[18;3~"
Alt + F8 "\033[19;3~"
Alt + F9 "\033[20;3~"
Alt + F10 "\033[21;3~"
Alt + F11 "\033[23;3~"
Alt + F12 "\033[24;3~"
Control + F1 "\033[11;5~"
Control + F2 "\033[12;5~"
Control + F3 "\033[13;5~"
Control + F4 "\033[14;5~"
Control + F5 "\033[15;5~"
Control + F6 "\033[17;5~"
Control + F7 "\033[18;5~"
Control + F8 "\033[19;5~"
Control + F9 "\033[20;5~"
Control + F10 "\033[21;5~"
Control + F11 "\033[23;5~"
Control + F12 "\033[24;5~"
Insert "\033[@"
Back Tab "\033[Z"