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Can I change the mouse button bindings in Netbeans?

Is it possible to change the bindings for mouse4 and mouse5 (the thumb buttons) in Netbeans? I can't find any option in the NB keymapper, nor can I find anything on Google! I'm using Netbeans v7.0.1. ...
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How to bind command key in zsh?

It is possible to bind Command Key from mac os x in zsh? I can't find any information about that.
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How do I enable CTRL right/right arrow key to move word wise in shell?

I tried all the tips mentioned in this article: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5029118/bash-ctrl-to-move-cursor-between-words-strings But non work for me... Is there a way to work it out ?
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Map keyboard keys in Mac OS X (Unix)

Currently, when you're inside a terminal, CTRL+a move the cursor to the beginning, while CTRL+e move it to the end. I use those key combinations a lot since I don't have the home and end buttons on my ...
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Is there an “LFD” key on my keyboard?

Emacs uses keybindings with "LFD", the Emacs FAQ provides the following information: LFD: Linefeed or Newline; same as `C-j' Is there a Linefeed button on my keyboard (other than C-j)?
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How can I set an “open with” keyboard shortcut in windows 7?

I have a shortcut to open vim, but I would like to create a shortcut to open the currently selected file in windows explorer with vim (if that is not the program associated with the file's type). ...
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Global emacs-like keybindings in linux

I'm trying to emulate behaviour I get from KeyRemap4MacBook on Mac OS X. It lets me remap control-m to Enter, for instance, globally. Is this possible with X/GNOME? Seems like xmodmap is not suitable ...
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How can I remap Ctrl+C to send an interrupt signal with another key?

I've got a process in bash that I can call to stop using Ctrl+C. As far as I can see, this equals to sending an exit(1) signal. I would like to loop through these processes for a list of different ...
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Remap right command key in windows

I'm using a apple bluetooth KB on windows. How can I remap right command to become CTRL?
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How do I debug why an OSX key binding stopped working?

Recently, I've realized that my ^A key binding has stopped working in OSX. My assumption is that some application has registered ^A as a hotkey, but I don't know that for certain. I don't recall ...
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Simple way to get keys/mouse buttons working in Synergy (mac client, pc server)

I'm trying to get Synergy working running as client on my Mac with SynergyKM Preferences panel. It's performing generally fine (just some real slow downs when my network is under heavy use, usually ...
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How do I make ESC clear a line in Bash Under Windows instead of Ctrl+u?

I use bash in Windows, both in Cygwin and in Git Bash (part of Git for Windows). In bash unlike in the Windows cmd.exe Esc does not clear the line, only Ctrl + U. How can I make clear the line also? ...
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OS X Ignores DefaultKeyBinding Option+U

I'm building a DefaultKeyBinding.dict with some useful functions. One of the functions I'd like is uppercaseWord:, but when I try to bind this to Option+U, OS X ignores this binding. It also ignores ...
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How to get vim key-bindings for GVim in Windows?

GVim for Windows overwrites a lot of useful vim commands, such as ctrl+A and ctrl+Y. Is there a way to get these commands back without writing a remap for each and every command?
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How I handle bindkey in zsh?

There is not a lot of info on that command, I didn't find a manpage nor a info and not more than examples on the web. Is there any tutorial or info on internet?
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In tmux how should I bind a key in the 'emacs-edit' table?

I find that when I am editing a command in tmux, the M-b and M-f are not bound. I tried the following: tmux bind-key -t emacs-edit M-b previous-word But tmux says that's a unknown command. What ...
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Setting major-mode specific keybindings in emacs

In my .emacs file, I want to add a key binding for a specific major mode (setting coffee-compile-file to C-c C-c in coffee-mode). I've found a lot of instructions on using local-set-key and ...
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^C not working in zsh on Mac OSX

Ctrl-C stopped working for me at the terminal when using zsh (on mac osx). I didn't notice the exact moment that it happend so I can't be sure what caused it. I didd't update zsh in a while though. ...
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Disable the caps-lock key under Windows 7? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to disable and reassign the caps lock key? Is it possible to totally disable the caps lock key under Windows 7? Or reassign it to be another shift key? I have done ...
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How can I bind a keyboard shortcut to start a specific application in Windows 7? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Keyboard shortcut to start Calculator in Windows 7 I would like to bind a keyboard shortcut to the applications I use most so I can start them fast only using the ...
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Using BIND to perform DNS redirection

How can I use BIND software to redirect Domain Names from the DNS or zone files?
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Bind commands to key-up and key-down in AutoHotkey

I have written two functions in an AutoHotkey script: fun1() and fun2(). I now need to bind fun1() to when Pause is pressed down, and bind fun2() to when Pause is released. As an example, I would ...
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How to change windows key bindings to look like mac osX?

Im very used to mac, I use it at work, and when I get home I aways get lost with the keys shortcuts on windows... is there some way to remap those shortcuts in windows 7? To feel like in macos?
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How to remap a NERDTree shortcut in VIM

I use the Dvorak keyboard layout with VIM, and the 't' key is the 'up' motion when editing a regular file. The problem is that NERDTree remaps 't' to open files in a new tab. How can I undo that ...
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Mapping Left Alt key in Vim?

I am able to map the key combination Right Alt+Left Arrow with <a-left> or by <m-left>. But I am not able to map the Left Alt key. Is there a way to do that? Edit: Just to clarity ...
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My Tablet PC has a jog dial (typically used for scrolling up and down) but it does not work by default in Ubuntu 9.10 — how can I make it work?

I have an HP Compaq TC4400 and I recently was able to make most of the Tablet PC functions work in Ubuntu 9.10. (The step-by-step guide can be found in my blog.) Unfortunately I have yet to make the ...
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Bind/map Character to alt+[some key]?

OS: Ubuntu In programming and various terminal programs (Screen, Vim) the [, ], { and } tends to be used a lot. I'm using a Norwegian keyboard where these are placed such that I have to stretch my ...
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Default key-binding to clear the command line

What is the default keybinding under Midnight Commander for clearing the command line at the bottom ? ( not the one you get with Ctrl-O, but the one-line prompt )
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Change the key binding in Microsoft Wireless keyboard under Windows XP

I have a Microsoft Wireless keyboard. It uses one key for both Pause/Break and Scroll Lock. You can switch between them using F Lock. For functional keys to work, F Lock should be on which turns ...
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Default Midnight Commander key binding for “change-directory”

What is the default key binding in Midnight Commander to open a dialog box asking for the target directory ?