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Using 10-key (tenkey) with VIM through PuTTY

by on Apr.04, 2014, under Techie

If you are like me and use PuTTY a lot and VIM a lot then you have noticed by default the 10-key causes odd issues when trying to edit a file. Below is an excerpt from the VIM Wikia:

  • Run PuTTY Configuration.
  • In the left pane, select Terminal, Features.
  • Put a check mark next to “Disable application keypad mode”.
  • In the left pane, select Session.
  • Save the settings.

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