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How to make underlining of a command line disappear after an ordinary key press? (2)
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- From: Guido van Steen <gvsteen@xxxxxxxxx>
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- Subject: How to make underlining of a command line disappear after an ordinary key press? (2)
- Date: Sat, 10 Oct 2009 14:22:23 -0700 (PDT)
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Well, it seems that binding a widget like:
region_highlight=("0 0 underline")
to all ordinary keys by:
"""zle -N ordinary-key-press
bindkey 'a' ordinary-key-press
bindkey 'Z' ordinary-key-press
bindkey '^[[C' ordinary-key-press # arrow right
bindkey '^[[D' ordinary-key-press # arrow left
achieves what I had in mind.
I am still wondering though if the underlining can't be
turned be done from within the widget
Or can it at least be done without so many bindkey commands?
--- On Sat, 10/10/09, Guido van Steen <gvsteen@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> From: Guido van Steen <gvsteen@xxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: How to make underlining of a command line disappear after an ordinary key press?
> To: zsh-users@xxxxxxxxxx
> Date: Saturday, 10 October, 2009, 5:16 PM
> Hi all,
> I am trying to write a widget, let me call it
> "underline_cmdline_partially". Not very urprisingly,
> its purpose is to underline a part of the command line.
> It does so by calling something like
> """region_highlight=("$my_mbegin $MEND underline")""".
> Now, if the next key pressed is an ordinary key - like
> "a" - I would like the partial underlining of the
> command line to disappear.
> Is there an easy way to achieve this e.g. by calling
> "zle_highlight=(region:standout special:standout
> isearch:underline)" - the default setting - in the
> widget "underline_cmdline_partially"?
> Thanks in advance,
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