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That will work if the candidate action function is designed to be 'C-u' sensitive.
This is the case for the Icicles multi-commands that read the name of a command
Jul 4, 2015 ... See Icicles - Multi-Commands. The default action is invoked on the current
candidate by 'C-RET' ( 'icicle-candidate-action' ). There are three ...
A multi-command takes advantage of one or more action functions when cycling
candidates, as described in Icicles - Multi-Commands, Icicles - More About ...
Aug 26, 2011 ... Defining Multi-Commands the Hard Way. This section is for EmacsLisp
programmers. It gives you a taste of what is involved behind the scene ...
Jul 4, 2015 ... Commands written in boldface and preceded by “(+)” are Icicles multi-commands
– see Icicles - Multi-Commands. Top-level: A | B | C | D | E | F ...
Aug 24, 2013 ... ... command, switch to a candidate buffer, and open a candidate file, respectively.
For more information, see Icicles - Multi-Commands.
Jul 5, 2015 ... ... Icicles - Multi-Commands – making multiple input choices in a single command
execution; performing actions on candidates while cycling ...
Jul 4, 2015 ... In many cases for Icicles multi-commands that read a file name, you can use 'M-n'
to pick up the file name at point, or if none then the name of ...
Jan 4, 2014 ... Icicles - Multi-Commands describes how you can use 'C-RET' ( 'icicle-candidate-
action' ) to choose (act on) multiple completion candidates, ...
Jun 21, 2014 ... Icicles - Multi-Commands for information about using 'C-RET' , 'C-mouse-2' , 'C-
down' , 'C-up' , 'C-next' , 'C-prior' , 'C-end' , and 'C-home' .