Ticket #1938 (closed defect: invalid)
ctrl-pgdn and ctrl-pgup key mappings broken in latest MC editor
|Reported by:||steevithak||Owned by:|
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In the lastest version of MC being distributed by RedHat? for Fedora, the keymappings for the editor ctrl-pgdn and ctrl-pgup keys no longer work correctly.
On prior versions of MC it was possible to move immediately to the top or bottom of a large file by using, respectively, the ctrl-pgup or ctrl-pgdn key combos. In the latest version of MC, this key combo no longer works as it should. Instead it partially duplicates the functionality of the pgup and pgdn keys, moving only a single page of text instead of moving all the way to the beginning or end of the text in the file.
I've filed a bug in the RedHat? bugzilla but my impression is that this may be related to an intentional change in the MC code, so I'm filing the bug here as well.
For reference, here's a link the RedHat? Fedora bug:
This bug first appeared in the Fedora version of mc:
and continues to be present in the latest Fedora version of mc:
- Status changed from new to closed
- Resolution set to invalid