Delete key and Backspace do the same thing in Terminal
|Reported by:||scottmc||Owned by:||axeld|
|Component:||Applications/Command Line Tools||Version:||R1/pre-alpha1|
|Has a Patch:||no||Platform:||All|
Not sure if this one matters to anyone, but when typing in the terminal and then trying to use the delete key to delete stuff AFTER the current cursor locations it instead asks like the backspace key and deletes the characters before the current cursor location. This is how it is in BeOS as well. Not sure why we need both keys doing the same thing. Is there a mystery key somewhere which does what I'd expect the delete key to do as it does in most other programs including StyledEdit? I'm guessing this is how bash in general works and it's not going to be fixed, so I'm marking it as enhancement for now.