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I have Control+Return key bound to a function that I use very often. This works when i run emacs in x-windows. But when I run emacs in iTerm2 control+return just has the effect of line-feed (i.e as if I have just hit enter without holding the control key down). i have tried different variation of this in emacs

(global-set-key (kbd "<C-return>") 'duplicate-line)

(global-set-key (kbd "C-RET") 'duplicate-line)

(global-set-key [(control return)] 'duplicate-line)

None of them seem to work in iTerm/emacs. I'm not sure if this a emacs terminal mode problem or a problem with iTerm2. I don't want to bind this to any other complex key sequence as I use this very often.

How to get Ctrl+return key binding for emacs in iTerm2 working?

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I just did a quick test of emacs in iTerm2 and Terminal. Both see CTRL-RET as simply RET.

I did this with CTRL-h k to see what the key is bound to.

  • And? What did you conclude? I knew it was sees CRTL+RET as just RET. Simple way to test it is C-h k C-RET and you will see it shows help for RET. My question was how to fix this problem. – Raghu Oct 22 '12 at 10:29
  • Sorry, looks like I misread your question and so I didn't really answer it. – verdammelt Oct 22 '12 at 11:29
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You should be able to map the CTRL-RET to anything you want by making a Profile. Editing the Profile. In the Profile dialog box use the Keys tab to edit the sequence that gets sent when you press the keys.

I am not sure what sequence you need to send.

Hope this helps.

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