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I am using Tmux in my terminal and that means I am typing Ctrl+A a lot.

In Chrome when this happens it selects the entire page and turns it blue.

How can I undo this without having to switch to my mouse to click in the page again?

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Doesn't look like your issue is getting much attention. Depending on whether you're willing to go there, you could consider switching browsers (e.g. Esc de-selects text in Opera), or using third-party software (e.g. keyboard software) to simiulate, say, a right-click followed by Esc, if you don't want to use Tab. – Amos M. Carpenter Mar 14 '13 at 8:15
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Pressing the Tab key works for me. This will move the cursor to the next selectable item but may not be an issue in your case.

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Works good enough. Thanks – Steven Lu Mar 13 '13 at 18:07
    
Glad it worked out for you. If you feel this solves your problem you can mark the question accepted. – Brad Patton Mar 13 '13 at 18:32
    
Sure, I am still hoping to find an answer that does not scroll the page, though. – Steven Lu Mar 13 '13 at 18:54

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