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How can I use ncurses Applications on my mac?

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Hi,

very often I connect with SSH to some other linux servers. On that machines I use mc or mcedit, it's a ncurses based software. When I do the same on my windows machine with putty, I can use my mouse in the app. But on my mac, I just select text in the terminal.

So is it somehow possible, to use use mouse on my mac?
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One more interesting link to visit.Good luck

Referred Link :
http://superuser.com/questions/100992/mousing-and-page-up-down-in-terminal-for-mac-os-x

These are just solution as i think there is no other way to use the MOUSE over TERMINAL SSH
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As far as I know, the included Terminal application does not have support for xterm mouse event reporting. Check out iTerm instead.
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