I finally got around to solving one of the consistency issues I encounter on OSX as I switch between Cocoa and the terminal. I really enjoy
Option-Right as skip back one word and skip forward a word. Drop the following in your ZSH config to get things done.
# To see the key combo you want to use just do: # cat > /dev/null # And press it bindkey '^K' kill-whole-line # ctrl-k bindkey "^R" history-incremental-search-backward # ctrl-r bindkey "^A" beginning-of-line # ctrl-a bindkey "^E" end-of-line # ctrl-e bindkey "[B": history-search-forward # down arrow bindkey "[A": history-search-backward # up arrow bindkey '^[[D' backward-word # option left bindkey '^[[C' forward-word # option right
I've included the quick instructions on finding out what a key combo is in the terminal so you can bind any old thing. You can see what is currently bound by using
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