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 January 6, 2014, 02:45 #1 JesusFreke Rookie   Join Date: Jan 2014 Posts: 4 Problem remapping left direction key I'm trying to create a slightly weird keymap, where I'm using alt + aoeu for direction keys. i.e. alt+a=south, alt+o=west, alt+e=east and alt+u=north. This works well, except that alt+o doesn't move the "cursor" when in targeting mode (*). The other 3 primary directions work fine. I can't figure out why the left direction doesn't work. I'm doing something similar for the diagonal directions, and similarly, southwest works fine in targeting mode, but the other 3 diagonals don't work (wth?) Just to be clear, everything's working fine for movement, just not for targeting. Here are my keymaps: # Walking A:;1 C:0:{A}j A:;2 C:0:{A}a A:;3 C:0:{A}p A:;4 C:0:{A}o A:;6 C:0:{A}e A:;7 C:0:{A}. A:;8 C:0:{A}u A:;9 C:0:{A}q # Running A:.1 C:0:{A}J A:.2 C:0:{A}A A:.3 C:0:{A}P A:.4 C:0:{A}O A:.6 C:0:{A}E A:.7 C:0:{A}> A:.8 C:0:{A}U A:.9 C:0:{A}Q # Tunneling A:+1 C:0:{A}^J A:+2 C:0:{A}^A A:+3 C:0:{A}^P A:+4 C:0:{A}^O A:+6 C:0:{A}^E A:+7 C:0:{^A}> A:+8 C:0:{A}^U A:+9 C:0:{A}^Q
 January 6, 2014, 02:50 #2 JesusFreke Rookie   Join Date: Jan 2014 Posts: 4 Forgot to mention, this is on Angband 3.5, on a linux system.
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 Originally Posted by JesusFreke Forgot to mention, this is on Angband 3.5, on a linux system.
Which linux system and what frontend are you running? And what frontend are you using - are you using a terminal emulator, SDL or X (SDL displays everything in one big window with a muddy-yellow panel across the top of the screen)?
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 January 6, 2014, 18:30 #4 JesusFreke Rookie   Join Date: Jan 2014 Posts: 4 Ubuntu precise, with the sdl frontend.
 January 8, 2014, 01:41 #5 JesusFreke Rookie   Join Date: Jan 2014 Posts: 4 I just confirmed the same problem occurs with the x11 frontend. With the curses frontend, none of alt+aoeu seem to work. I'm guessing since the terminal window probably gets/handles the alt keypress itself. I don't really see that as a problem, just a limitation of that specific front-end.

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