How do you make ctrl-shift-c do what ctrl-c used to do?

Asked by Gary Hasson on 2018-11-26

I changed copy_accelerator=4 so that ctrl-c is copy and ctrl-v is paste (as in all programs except terminals). When I do that in gnome-terminal, then shift-ctrl-c becomes the "kill a process with signal SIGINT" key, but Sakura does not seem to change the normal ctrl-c action to ctrl-shift-c. How do I get shift-ctrl-c to kill a process with signal SIGINT?

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2018-11-26
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2018-11-30
David Gómez (dabisu) said : #1

That was precisely the reason of using shift-ctrl-c, to not override the default keybinding for SIGINT. This is not set by sakura but by the underlying libraries, so it cannot be changed in the configuration and the source code needs to be modified. Please feel free to create a bug report about this so anyone can send a patch to fix this.

Gary Hasson (gary-oax) said : #2

I have used gnome-terminal in the past, and mate-terminal in the present, plus lxterminal as well. All of these automatically change SIGINT to shift-ctrl-c when I change copy to ctrl-c. So I'll keep using those terminals.

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