Commit 46a0be00 authored by Kurt Hindenburg's avatar Kurt Hindenburg

Add a macOS keytab file

parent d259470e
install( FILES
default.keytab
linux.keytab
macos.keytab
solaris.keytab
DESTINATION
${KDE_INSTALL_DATADIR}/konsole )
# [macos.keytab] Konsole Keyboard Table
# --------------------------------------------------------------
keyboard "macOS"
# --------------------------------------------------------------
# TODO: There's something wrong in Konsole that these are
# required.
# Konsole's files are in the wrong location in macOS.
# All Konsole files should be installed into
# ~/Library/Application Support/konsole/
key A+Ctrl : "\x01" # goto start of line
#key C+Ctrl : "\x03" # Does not work - Cmd+C is copy
key D+Ctrl : "\x04" # logout "exit"
key E+Ctrl : "\x05" # goto end of line
key L+Ctrl : "\x0C" # clear terminal screen
key U+Ctrl : "\x15" # clear current line
#key V+Ctrl : "\x16" # Cmd+V is paste
key W+Ctrl : "\x17" # erase the word preceding to the cursor position
#key Z+Ctrl : "\x1a"
key Delete +Shift : "\x7f"
# --------------------------------------------------------------
# common keys - below is same as default.keytab
key Escape : "\E"
key Tab -Shift : "\t"
key Tab +Shift+Ansi : "\E[Z"
key Tab +Shift-Ansi : "\t"
key Backtab +Ansi : "\E[Z"
key Backtab -Ansi : "\t"
key Return-Shift-NewLine : "\r"
key Return-Shift+NewLine : "\r\n"
key Return+Shift : "\EOM"
# Backspace and Delete codes are preserving CTRL-H.
#
# Backspace without CTRL sends '^?'; this matches XTerm behaviour, so that
# pressing Alt+Backspace will send \E + Del, which is the expected behaviour
# in some apps (e.g. emacs), and it was the behaviour before the commit
# that add the Backspace +Control rule
key Backspace -Control : "\x7f"
# Match xterm behaviour: Backspace sends '^H' when Control is pressed
# BS, hex \x08, \b
key Backspace +Control : "\b"
# Arrow keys in VT52 mode
# shift up/down are reserved for scrolling.
# shift left/right are reserved for switching between tabs (this is hardcoded).
key Up -Shift-Ansi : "\EA"
key Down -Shift-Ansi : "\EB"
key Right-Shift-Ansi : "\EC"
key Left -Shift-Ansi : "\ED"
# Arrow keys in ANSI mode with Application - and Normal Cursor Mode)
key Up -Shift-AnyMod+Ansi+AppCuKeys : "\EOA"
key Down -Shift-AnyMod+Ansi+AppCuKeys : "\EOB"
key Right -Shift-AnyMod+Ansi+AppCuKeys : "\EOC"
key Left -Shift-AnyMod+Ansi+AppCuKeys : "\EOD"
key Up -Shift-AnyMod+Ansi-AppCuKeys : "\E[A"
key Down -Shift-AnyMod+Ansi-AppCuKeys : "\E[B"
key Right -Shift-AnyMod+Ansi-AppCuKeys : "\E[C"
key Left -Shift-AnyMod+Ansi-AppCuKeys : "\E[D"
key Up -Shift+AnyMod+Ansi : "\E[1;*A"
key Down -Shift+AnyMod+Ansi : "\E[1;*B"
key Right -Shift+AnyMod+Ansi : "\E[1;*C"
key Left -Shift+AnyMod+Ansi : "\E[1;*D"
key Up +Shift+AppScreen : "\E[1;*A"
key Down +Shift+AppScreen : "\E[1;*B"
key Left +Shift+AppScreen : "\E[1;*D"
key Right +Shift+AppScreen : "\E[1;*C"
# Keypad keys with NumLock ON
# (see https://web.archive.org/web/20070807181942/http://www.nw.com/nw/WWW/products/wizcon/vt100.html
# https://vt100.net/docs/vt100-ug/chapter3.html)
#
# Not enabled for now because it breaks the keypad in Vim.
#
#key 0 +KeyPad+AppKeyPad : "\EOp"
#key 1 +KeyPad+AppKeyPad : "\EOq"
#key 2 +KeyPad+AppKeyPad : "\EOr"
#key 3 +KeyPad+AppKeyPad : "\EOs"
#key 4 +KeyPad+AppKeyPad : "\EOt"
#key 5 +KeyPad+AppKeyPad : "\EOu"
#key 6 +KeyPad+AppKeyPad : "\EOv"
#key 7 +KeyPad+AppKeyPad : "\EOw"
#key 8 +KeyPad+AppKeyPad : "\EOx"
#key 9 +KeyPad+AppKeyPad : "\EOy"
#key + +KeyPad+AppKeyPad : "\EOl"
#key - +KeyPad+AppKeyPad : "\EOm"
#key . +KeyPad+AppKeyPad : "\EOn"
#key * +KeyPad+AppKeyPad : "\EOM"
#key Enter +KeyPad+AppKeyPad : "\r"
# Keypad keys with NumLock Off
key Up -Shift+Ansi+AppCuKeys+KeyPad : "\EOA"
key Down -Shift+Ansi+AppCuKeys+KeyPad : "\EOB"
key Right -Shift+Ansi+AppCuKeys+KeyPad : "\EOC"
key Left -Shift+Ansi+AppCuKeys+KeyPad : "\EOD"
key Up -Shift+Ansi-AppCuKeys+KeyPad : "\E[A"
key Down -Shift+Ansi-AppCuKeys+KeyPad : "\E[B"
key Right -Shift+Ansi-AppCuKeys+KeyPad : "\E[C"
key Left -Shift+Ansi-AppCuKeys+KeyPad : "\E[D"
key Home +AppCuKeys+KeyPad : "\EOH"
key End +AppCuKeys+KeyPad : "\EOF"
key Home -AppCuKeys+KeyPad : "\E[H"
key End -AppCuKeys+KeyPad : "\E[F"
key Insert +KeyPad : "\E[2~"
key Delete +KeyPad : "\E[3~"
key PgUp -Shift+KeyPad : "\E[5~"
key PgDown -Shift+KeyPad : "\E[6~"
# the key labelled 5 on the Keypad, is Qt::Key_Clear (a very intuitive
# and discoverable name...)
key Clear +KeyPad : "\E[E"
# other grey PC keys
key Enter+NewLine : "\r\n"
key Enter-NewLine : "\r"
key Home -AnyMod-AppCuKeys : "\E[H"
key End -AnyMod-AppCuKeys : "\E[F"
key Home -AnyMod+AppCuKeys : "\EOH"
key End -AnyMod+AppCuKeys : "\EOF"
key Home +AnyMod : "\E[1;*H"
key End +AnyMod : "\E[1;*F"
key Insert -AnyMod : "\E[2~"
key Delete -AnyMod : "\E[3~"
key Insert +AnyMod : "\E[2;*~"
key Delete +AnyMod : "\E[3;*~"
key PgUp -Shift-AnyMod : "\E[5~"
key PgDown -Shift-AnyMod : "\E[6~"
key PgUp -Shift+AnyMod : "\E[5;*~"
key PgDown -Shift+AnyMod : "\E[6;*~"
# Function keys
key F1 -AnyMod : "\EOP"
key F2 -AnyMod : "\EOQ"
key F3 -AnyMod : "\EOR"
key F4 -AnyMod : "\EOS"
key F5 -AnyMod : "\E[15~"
key F6 -AnyMod : "\E[17~"
key F7 -AnyMod : "\E[18~"
key F8 -AnyMod : "\E[19~"
key F9 -AnyMod : "\E[20~"
key F10 -AnyMod : "\E[21~"
key F11 -AnyMod : "\E[23~"
key F12 -AnyMod : "\E[24~"
key F1 +AnyMod : "\EO*P"
key F2 +AnyMod : "\EO*Q"
key F3 +AnyMod : "\EO*R"
key F4 +AnyMod : "\EO*S"
key F5 +AnyMod : "\E[15;*~"
key F6 +AnyMod : "\E[17;*~"
key F7 +AnyMod : "\E[18;*~"
key F8 +AnyMod : "\E[19;*~"
key F9 +AnyMod : "\E[20;*~"
key F10 +AnyMod : "\E[21;*~"
key F11 +AnyMod : "\E[23;*~"
key F12 +AnyMod : "\E[24;*~"
# Work around dead keys
key Space +Control : "\x00"
# Some keys are used by konsole to cause operations.
# The scroll* operations refer to the history buffer.
key Up +Shift-AppScreen : scrollLineUp
key PgUp +Shift-AppScreen : scrollPageUp
key Home +Shift-AppScreen : scrollUpToTop
key Down +Shift-AppScreen : scrollLineDown
key PgDown +Shift-AppScreen : scrollPageDown
key End +Shift-AppScreen : scrollDownToBottom
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