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As mentioned previously, each keyboard command consists of a C-a followed by one other character. For your convenience, all commands that are bound to lower-case letters are also bound to their control character counterparts (with the exception of C-a a; see below). Thus, both C-a c and C-a C-c can be used to create a window.
The following table shows the default key bindings:
Prompt for a window identifier and switch. See section Selecting a Window.
Present a list of all windows for selection. See section Selecting a Window.
(select 0…select 9, select -)
Switch to window number 0…9, or the blank window. See section Selecting a Window.
Switch the input focus to the next region. See section Regions.
Toggle to the window displayed previously. If this window does no longer exist,
other has the same effect as
See section Selecting a Window.
Send the command character (C-a) to window. See
See section Command Character.
Allow the user to enter a title for the current window. See section Naming Windows (Titles).
Send a break to the tty. See section Break.
Close and reopen the tty-line. See section Break.
Create a new window with a shell and switch to that window. See section Screen Command.
Clear the screen. See section Clear.
screen from this terminal. See section Detach.
Detach and logout. See section Power Detach.
Cycle flow among `on', `off' or `auto'. See section Flow.
Resize the window to the current region size. See section Window Size.
Toggle visual bell mode. See section Bell.
Write a hardcopy of the current window to the file "hardcopy.n". See section hardcopy.
Toggle logging of the current window to the file "screenlog.n". See section log.
Show info about the current window. See section Info.
Destroy the current window. See section Kill.
Fully refresh the current window. See section Redisplay.
Toggle the current window's login state. See section Login.
Repeat the last message displayed in the message line. See section Display Last Message.
(monitor) Toggle monitoring of the current window. See section Monitoring.
Switch to the next window. See section Selecting a Window.
Show the number (and title) of the current window. See section Number.
Switch to the previous window (opposite of C-a n). See section Selecting a Window.
Send a ^Q (ASCII XON) to the current window. See section XON and XOFF.
Delete all regions but the current one. See section Regions.
Toggle the current window's line-wrap setting (turn the current window's automatic margins on or off). See section Wrap.
Send a ^S (ASCII XOFF) to the current window. See section XON and XOFF.
Split the current region into two new ones. See section Regions.
Show the load average and xref. See section Time.
Display the version and compilation date. See section Version.
Enter digraph. See section Digraph.
Show a list of active windows. See section Windows.
Toggle between 80 and 132 columns. See section Window Size.
Lock your terminal. See section Lock.
Kill the current region. See section Regions.
screen. See section Suspend.
Reset the virtual terminal to its "power-on" values. See section Reset.
Write out a `.termcap' file. See section Write out the window's termcap entry.
Show key bindings. See section Help.
Kill all windows and terminate
screen. See section Quit.
Enter a command line. See section Colon.
Enter copy/scrollback mode. See section Copying.
Write the contents of the paste buffer to the stdin queue of the current window. See section Paste.
Copy and paste a previous (command) line. See section History.
Write the paste buffer out to the screen-exchange file. See section Screen Exchange.
Read the screen-exchange file into the paste buffer. See section Screen Exchange.
Delete the screen-exchange file. See section Screen Exchange.
Start/stop monitoring the current window for inactivity. See section Silence,
Show the copyright page.
Show the listing of attached displays.
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