I’ve been using linux, mostly arch, for a very long time and decided to try out ArchLabs yesterday and I’m really happy with how it’s set up. I’m running the i3 variant.
However this thing is driving me crazy and I can’t find a good way to fix it. As an AL newbie I’d rather not fiddle with too many config files before I get accustomed to how things work here since I might end up overriding some settings elsewhere.
But this is something I need to have working right away…so. How do I get my setup to behave like gnome-terminal for example? By default when I press ctrl-left i go back one word and pressing the end key takes me to the end of the line in most terminals and setups.
Why on earth do I run into this issue with my current setup? I’d really appreciate a simple explanation on why URxvt has decided to be not like the others? It just feels so ridiculous but there must be a valid reason.
So what’s the right way (on AL particularily) to set this up so that I can open a terminal and have all these keys do what they’re supposed to do? TBH I’m not even sure if this is a zsh or URxvt issue or maybe something else.
So sorry for venting but this thing triggers me much more than it should.
Thanks for reading!