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Old 03-28-2005, 08:51 AM
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Originally Posted by jfallesen
You can easily do that using keyboard mappings. Simply map Ctrl-F to MENU_FIND (Options -> Session Options -> Terminal -> Emulation -> Mapped Keys).

SecureCRT itself does not use it but the application running on the host might. For instance, many Unix applications uses it to move forward. Therefore, SecureCRT should never by default map Ctrl-keys to anything.
Well, keyboard mappings are tied to a specific session. I've used that workaround before, but I really don't feel like repeating the process hundreds of times (once for each session). I can set it as a default setting, but not as a global setting. Since default settings only apply to new sessions, that leaves me no easy way to do this for my existing ones. Can you suggest a workaround?