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    Question Shift+F3 in terminal not behaving as expected

    So for a while now at work I've been using Ubuntu and it's been working quite well. I run tn5250 in gnome-terminal and everything works, except when I try to hit shift + an F key.
    What happens when I do is something like 01;2R gets inserted.

    How might I make this work?

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    Re: Shift+F3 in terminal not behaving as expected

    Has anyone been able to figure out how to get ****+F3 (F15) to work, as I need it to debug my program in tn5250

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    Re: Shift+F3 in terminal not behaving as expected

    I'm also still having this problem in 12.04. I want to assign a key to shift+F3 in emacs, but it gets turned into ";2R" Lots of *-f* combos have similar a effect. I have noticed that xterm does not have this problem, only gnome-terminal.

    Code:
    shift+f2          - ;2Q
    shift+f3          - ;2R
    shift+f4          - ;2S
    alt+f2            - ubuntu captures this chord
    alt+f3            - ;3R
    alt+f4            - ;3S
    shift+alt+f2      - ;4Q
    shift+alt+f3      - ;4R
    shift+alt+f4      - ;4S
    ctrl+f2           - ;5Q
    ctrl+f3           - ;5R
    ctrl+f4           - ;5S
    ctrl+shift+f2     - ;6Q
    ctrl+shift+f3     - ;6R
    ctrl+shift+f4     - ;6S
    alt+ctrl+shift+f2 - ;8Q
    alt+ctrl+shift+f3 - ;8R
    alt+ctrl+shift+f4 - ;8S

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    Re: Shift+F3 in terminal not behaving as expected

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