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bash home/end/delete key inserting tilde, or if preceded by escape key, [1~ [3~

bash home/end/delete key inserting tilde, or if preceded by escape key, [1~ say I type echo hellp, move cursor to hel|lp and type delete, and bam, i got ~tilde say I type echo hellp, move cursor to ...
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Delete until character is found

In my text editor, I would like to define a keyboard shortcut (say, CTRL-D) with "delete until character is found" functionality. For example, if the cursor is placed before the "H" of this text: ...
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How do I “Move to Trash” in Preview in OS X Lion?

In earlier versions of OS X, in Preview one could delete the currently open file by pressing ⌘⌫. In Lion, the keyboard shortcut (as well as the actual menu item) no longer works. Is there any way ...
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How to make CMD+delete delete a line (left of the cursor) in Firefox

I recently switched from Chrome to Firefox (OS X version 5.0.1) and I'm surprised to see that Cmd + Delete is not working. When I hit Cmd + Delete in any editor (as well as Chrome and Safari), the ...
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Microsoft Word 2010: Assigning a KEYBOARD shortcut for deleting one line of text

How can I assign a keyboard shortcut to delete just one line of text in Microsoft Office Word 2010? A macro based solution (in Visual Basic) which could be assigned to a custom keyboard shortcut would ...
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Mac OSX Preview: Disable the Command-Backspace “Move to trash” keyboard shortcut?

I use Preview to view PDF files (duh) and sometimes annotate them as well as search them profusely. I keep using the Command-Backspace combination to try to delete the current line I'm writing in the ...
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How do I convert Caps Lock into Delete on the Mac? [duplicate]

FYI: None of the answers to this question fixed the problem so don't bother reading any further. Possible Duplicate: Remapping of keys in Mac OS X This way I could avoid using ...
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How do I delete the next line in vim?

In emacs, whenever I want to delete a few lines of text, I just use C-k until all the text is gone. However, in vim it seems a bit more complex. I know I can do d$ to delete until the end of the ...
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Modify network shares, but not delete?

How can I make it so that I can modify the files on a network share (client: linux, ubuntu 9.10, network share server: windows 7), or create new files on it, but not delete? Or at least make it so ...