According to the Gnome-Termianl Usage, I found that ctrl+shift+up/down can scroll up/down a line in the terminal.

Now, I want to re-map the shortcut key, just like: alt+j/k to scroll up/down a line, that's the old habit of vimer. :) I tried searching the settings in Edit -> Keyboard Shortcuts of Terminal, but found nothing. Can anyone help me? Thanks in advance.


The information of my computer is :

$ cat /etc/issue
Ubuntu 12.10 \n \l

asked 23 Dec '12, 03:09

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First off, I don't think the page-up / page-down is a gnome-terminal shortcut, it may be global. I would look into xbindkeys, I think it's exactly what you're lookin for.

Thanks,

-Rob

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answered 04 Mar '13, 11:18

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