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I frequently user Ctrl+U for page-up in vim. I started using PuTTY Connection Manager, which has the same keyboard shortcut for duplicating the current tab session.

Please let me know, how could we assign a different keyboard mapping for duplicating the session, as I don't want to change the vim bindings.

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Go to Tools / Options / Hotkeys:


To redefine the keyboard shortcut for any operation, select the appropriate entry from the list and use the New shortcut box provided at the bottom.

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