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Insert key emulation on MacPro


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Hi everybody!
Trying to find how to emulate Insert button in Terminal application on MacPro (2011) OSX 10.7.2.
Control+-> and fn+Enter don't work. I need Insert key to highlight files at Midnight Commander
Please advice!

Thank you in advance!
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