Recovering from Ctrl+S in Vim

Oct 23 2012 Published under Linux

Quoted from raamdev:

Apparently CTRL+S actually does XOFF, which means the terminal will accept key strokes but won’t show the output of anything. It will appear as if your terminal is dead when it’s really just waiting to be turned back on. The fix? Simply press CTRL+Q to turn flow-control on (XON). If you pressed a whole bunch of keys before pressing CTRL+Q, you’ll see the output from those keystrokes.

ref: http://raamdev.com/2007/recovering-from-ctrls-in-putty/

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