When I'm in a text in any program (browser, text editer, IDE) I can delete 3 words by holding Ctrl and pressing Backspace 3 times.
This works perfectly in all programs, except for the terminal. In the terminal Ctrl+Backspace simply deletes one letter, and I need Alt+Backspace to delete whole words.
Since I constantly switch between the terminal and other programs this is really annoying.
I tried the tip I found here (creating
"\C-?":"\C-W") but that doesn't work for me. Now it deletes the whole word when I just press Backspace, but Ctrl+Backspace still just removes one letter.
Does anybody know how I can change this behaviour so that Ctrl+Backspace deletes the word left of the cursor? All tips are welcome!