A good screenrc config for Screen – Ubuntu Forums

#-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= # ### Created by Brad Sims <tanfj@yahoo.com> 25/06/2004 ### I got tired of .screenrc’s on the internet being so ### poorly commented… So being a good GNUbie I took matters ### into my own hands; and wrote this dotfile. # =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= # ## Explanation of hardstatus line ## # Ignore the ‘ marks if you use these examples for yourself # Note that if you want to use the color brown under konsole # You actually use bright yellow (%{Y}). # Note the embeded space after the colon, I feel # it just looks nicer with a blank between the # text and console edge: # ‘%{=b}%{G} Screens: ‘ # This prints the window listing in blue: # ‘%{b}%w’ # This right-aligns what follows: # ‘%=’ # This displays the time (hours and minutes) in 12hr format # and adds an AM/PM flag, in bold green: # ‘%{G}%C%A’ # This displays the day of the week: # ‘%D’ #This displays the date in Mon/day/year format: # and again I embeded a space to give me one space # between the text and console edge: # ‘%M/%d/%Y ‘ # The resultsing command give you a status line that # looks like this: # | Screens: 0* bash <blanks zapped> 5:30PM Fri, Jun/25/2004 | # (The pipes indicate the edges of the xterm/console). # Green text, time, and date; windows in blue: hardstatus alwayslastline « %{=b}%{G} Screen(s): %{b}%w %=%{kG}%C%A %D, %M/%d/%Y  » # =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= # ## Some general options ## # Turn off start message: startup_message off # Set messages timeout to one second: msgwait 1 # =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= # ## Keybindings ## # bind <F7> to detach screen from this terminal # bind <F8> to kill current session # bind <F10> to create a new screen # bind <F9> to rename an existing window # bind <F11> to move to previous window # bind <F12> to move to next window bindkey -k k7 detach bindkey -k k8 kill # space in keyboard bindkey -k k; screen bindkey -k k9 title bindkey -k F1 prev bindkey -k F2 next # =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= #

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