[Feature Request] Clear to previous mark (Command-L)
Hi, this is more of question/feature request rather than a bug report.
I am migrating from mac Terminal to iTerm2 recently and really missing the "Clear to previous mark" (Command-L) feature in mac Terminal app. I am wondering if there is a feature parity on that key binding?
I am aware of Ctrl+L that rolls a full screen over so that a full screen is scrolled out of the sight (but it actually doesn't erase the terminal output so if I scroll back I still see the previous output).
I am also aware of Command+K, which clears the entire terminal output buffer, which isn't very useful for me either as I want to selectively erase output.
"Clear to previous mark" does it differently but actually erase the terminal output buffer back to the previous mark so scrolling back won't see the output that is cleared, which is useful if I have a long multi-page log output I don't want to see again when I scroll up. See https://support.apple.com/guide/terminal/keyboard-shortcuts-trmlshtcts/mac#trmlcbe3aa09
- iTerm2 version: Build 3.2.8
- OS version: macOS Mojave version 10.14.3 (18D1090)