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To make option left (⌥←) move to previous word you only need to add a new key binding entry like the following:

Terminal Key Editing

To insert 33b you need to hit the escape key (which inserts 33) and then press b.

You want to do the same for option cursor right. You can also bind control left/right to begin/end of paragraph. The shell keys for these two actions are ⌃A and ⌃E. In the key bindings editor you press ⌃A (control A) and it will insert 01 as the string value:

Terminal Key Editing

I don’t get why this has to be done or what is wrong with the default Terminal.app settings. Really bizarre.

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