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Make shift+wheel behaves as shift+Prev/Next

St uses a very good hack where mouse wheel genereates ^Y and ^E,
that are the same keys that less and vi uses for backward and
fordward scrolling. Scroll, as many terminal emulators, use
shift+Prev/Next for scrolling, but it is also using ^E and ^Y
for scroling, characters that are reserved in the POSIX shell
in emacs mode for end of line and yanking, making scroll unsable
in st.

This patch adds a new hack, making shift+wheel returning the
same sequences than shift+Prev/Next, meaning that scroll or
any other similar program will not be able to differentiate
between them.
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k0ga 1 year ago
committed by Hiltjo Posthuma
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      config.def.h

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config.def.h

@ -171,7 +171,9 @@ static uint forcemousemod = ShiftMask;
static MouseShortcut mshortcuts[] = {
/* mask button function argument release */
{ XK_ANY_MOD, Button2, selpaste, {.i = 0}, 1 },
{ ShiftMask, Button4, ttysend, {.s = "\033[5;2~"} },
{ XK_ANY_MOD, Button4, ttysend, {.s = "\031"} },
{ ShiftMask, Button5, ttysend, {.s = "\033[6;2~"} },
{ XK_ANY_MOD, Button5, ttysend, {.s = "\005"} },
};

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