NormalKey = Key


Deassigns a general input key in order to disable the usual meaning of the key and/or make it available for keystroke aliases. This will make the keystroke operate as a "normal" key with no special function. For example:


NormalKey = Ctrl-End


will disable Ctrl-End, which is the standard "delete to end of line" key. Ctrl-End could then be assigned to a keystroke alias. Another key could be assigned the "delete to end of line" function with the DelToEnd directive.


See other General Input Keys.