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Choosing a Key. The EmacsManual says that the combination of C-c followed by
a plain letter, and the function keys f5 through f9 are reserved for users.
Note: This page is essentially obsolete – see Icicles - Customizing Key Bindings
instead. Customizing key bindings is now quite easy. The content here might ...
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 ...
Mar 23, 2011 ... The following describes writing commands that have a different behavior when
repeated the second time. For a more general approach see ...
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 only for a given ...
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 ...
See Icicles - Key Bindings for a description of the default key bindings defined by
Icicles. The user options mentioned here are also presented there, in context.
Aug 30, 2012 ... It can sometimes be useful to let users use Customize to update key-binding
definitions. The 'key-sequence' widget added in Emacs 22 is ...
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: PcSelectionMode – the ...
Here's my key binding for using GNU Global. (global-set-key "\M-;" 'ww-next-gtag)
;; M-; cycles to next result, after doing M-. C-M-. or C-M-, (global-set-key "\M-.