Configurar zsh para que reconozca el Numpad

zsh does not do the mapping automatically, but you can use bindkey to do the mapping on your own. I have the following in my ~/.zshrc to get the keypad working:

# Keypad
# 0 . Enter
bindkey -s "^[Op" "0"
bindkey -s "^[Ol" "."
bindkey -s "^[OM" "^M"
# 1 2 3
bindkey -s "^[Oq" "1"
bindkey -s "^[Or" "2"
bindkey -s "^[Os" "3"
# 4 5 6
bindkey -s "^[Ot" "4"
bindkey -s "^[Ou" "5"
bindkey -s "^[Ov" "6"
# 7 8 9
bindkey -s "^[Ow" "7"
bindkey -s "^[Ox" "8"
bindkey -s "^[Oy" "9"
# + -  * /
bindkey -s "^[Ok" "+"
bindkey -s "^[Om" "-"
bindkey -s "^[Oj" "*"
bindkey -s "^[Oo" "/"

bindkey -s in-string out-string binds in-string to out-string. If in-string is typed out-string is pushed back and treated as input.

The actual codes (for example ^[Oq) may be different on your system. You can press Ctrl+v followed by the key in question to get the code for your terminal.

https://superuser.com/questions/742171/zsh-z-shell-numpad-numlock-doesnt-work

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