How to create Key maps on Tera Term

Posted on 2009-02-18
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Last Modified: 2012-06-21
How do I create Key Maps on Tera Term? Such as if I want to have keyboard shortcuts.

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Question by:vreyesii
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Mysidia earned 1000 total points
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See here:

For info about  making a Keyboard setup file.

There are sample files included with tera term.

I suggest copying one of the sample files  to a custom filename,
then apply the edits you desire

Start tera term from a command prompt, and use
the /K=(keyboard setup filename)  
as described here:


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Thank You it worked.

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