Joachim Backes writes:
On 08/19/17 14:32, Marmorstein, Robert wrote:
>> I'm running F26/x86_64 and having the following problem: In earlier
>> Fedora Versions, I could use PageUP or PageDown key to scroll through
>> the gnome-terminal output (or I could use the mouse wheel for doing
> Does SHIFT-PageUp work?
Maybe it's just another Gnome "usability improvement", and you simply need
to discover what it is. You know, like the one, some time back, where the
left mouse click on the terminal scrollbar no longer scrolled the terminal
window by one page back, or forward (like it did for over decades), but
instead warped the scroll window to the indicated position; and you had to
now use the right mouse button, instead, to scroll by one page.
So, just try banging on random keys on your keyboard. Maybe you'll get lucky
and discover which new keys have now improved usability in the new Gnome,
and do what those keys used to do. Maybe it's still PageUp/PageDown, but you
have to use CTRL with them. Or maybe Alt. Or maybe the Hyper/Windows key.
Who knows. It's just a fun game you always play, each time you upgrade
Gnome/Gtk; it's called "find all the usability improvements in the new
release that Gnome's UI experts came up with, this time around".