How to scroll up/down a line using keyboard?

Asked by Nikhil Kale on 2014-09-06

Terminator has 'shift+page-up/down' to scroll terminal out by a page. How can I scroll a single line up/down using keyboard?

gnome-terminal has 'ctrl+shift+up/down' shortcut for doing the same (, however, this options seems to be taken up by Terminator for moving parent dragbar up & down. Is there a way to disable this, and default to standard gnome-terminal shortcut, or a way to map custom keyboard binding for scrolling single line?

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To disable the existing behaviour (move the splitter) just edit the shortcuts (resize_*) in the prefs->Keybindings menu. Either change it, or use Backspace to disable the shortcut.

Alternatively if you get the latest trunk, you can define a different shortcut for moving up/down by page/half-page/line. (revision 1427).

HRJ (harshad-rj) said : #2

What's the easiest way to get the latest trunk?

You can follow the instructions here:

Either you can pull the trunk (see step 6 in the Bugs/problems/help section instructions) on demand if you see something you want, or follow the later instruction to add the nightly PPA (assuming you're using Ubuntu) that will always have the head of trunk. This does have a higher risk of issues if big changes are merged.

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