I set option to meta have successfully mapped
<m-right> in iTerm by choosing to send escape sequence
[1;5D when pressing
alt-right, but when I set
[1;5B they still go behave like normal up and down keys. How could I let iTerm process
And also I coudn't use
<MouseWheelUp> etc. key bindings to override iTerm's default scroll behavior (could perfectly override on macvim), it performs my mappings but also performs the default behavior which is to scroll the whole page 3 lines up/down, I now disabled iTerm's
report mouse wheel events and enabled
send arrow keys when in alternate screen mode, and it works and it runs what I mapped to the arrow keys, but when I press
alt while scrolling it just stops (if I press
alt + up/down it performs normal up/down), is there a way so I could get
alt + scrolling working?
I'm wrong, I just fount that sending
[1;5D doesn't trigger vim's
m-right mappings, instead seems to be doing
<c-left> like behaviors (which I also mapped it to). How could I make it apply?