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Sep 22, 2013 ... <lurwas> lawrence: May you never run out of keybindings. Choosing a Key. The
EmacsManual says that the combination of C-c followed by a ...
Dec 10, 2013 ... Note: This page is essentially obsolete – see Icicles - Customizing Key Bindings
instead. Customizing key bindings is now quite easy.
Sep 5, 2008 ... Many default key bindings in Emacs don't really make sense to an EmacsNewbie
, but members of the ChurchOfEmacs would defend such ...
Mar 23, 2011 ... The following describes writing commands that have a different behavior when
repeated the second time. For a more general approach see ...
Jan 28, 2014 ... Icicles does not change your global key bindings. It changes some minibuffer
bindings, and it adds some minor-mode bindings for Icicle mode, ...
Sep 26, 2013 ... There are a gazillion ways* to write keys. My favorite notation tries to be as close
to the output of C-h k as possible. It uses the 'kbd' function to ...
Oct 29, 2013 ... C-h w <COMMAND> RET, where is key binding for COMMAND. C-h m, show
current modes. C-h b, show current key bindings. C-x C-h, list ...
Sep 17, 2013 ... A key binding can be a global key binding, a local key binding (enabled only for a
given major mode), or a minor-mode key binding (enabled ...
Sep 22, 2013 ... If you don't care for the DefaultKillingAndYanking key bindings ( C-w , M-w , C-y ,
M-y , and so on), then consider these alternatives:.
Dec 2, 2013 ... See Icicles - Key Bindings for a description of the default key bindings defined by
Icicles. The user options mentioned here are also presented ...