Description of problem:
Function keys F1, F2, F3, F4, F5 don't work.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Load mc
2. Press any of F1 through F5
"[A" shows up on the command line panel at the bottom
The corresponding action should occur
F6 through F10 do work! It's just left side panels? Consequently I can't use mc to copy files from one dir to another.
I just tested this on Fedora 15 (mc-184.108.40.206-1.fc15.x86_64) and it behaves in the same (broken) manner.
What terminal (or terminal emulator) used? I use konsole and I don't see any issues with functional keys.
P.S. As temporarry solutions you may:
1) Go to F9 -> Learn keys... and learn MC about your non-working funtional keys.
2) Use META+1, META+2, ... hotkeys. Ths mean, press ALT key and any of numeric keys (or press and release ESC key, then press any of numeric keys).
Interesting. I'm using konsole (version 2.6.4) and it most certainly does NOT work. If I use xterm it works just fine. I didn't even think about it being a terminal emulation thing. I wonder why konsole would screw up just F1 - F5. I'll do some more testing.
In Konsole I have my input type set to "Linux console" and this is causing the problem. If I set it to either "Default (XFree 4)" or "Solaris console" mc works fine.
Looking at the bindings for F1 - F5 under "Linux console" I see them mapped thus:
But F6 and beyond are mapped
I wonder why those are mapped differently. I'm pretty sure I didn't remap them. I'll just switch to "Default (XFree 4)" to solve the problem.
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