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A key, or more properly a key sequence, is similar to what is sometimes called a
... A key sequence can be short for any command or keyboard macro; it is not ...
Mar 13, 2012 ... Suppose you want to extend an existing prefix key or key sequence, e.g., 'C-x 8' .
That map ( 'iso-transl' ) is very useful, but not completely ...
Nov 6, 2013 ... This page is about the notation of key sequences in Emacs documentation and in
Emacs itself (GUI, terminal-mode).
Overview. Keyboard macros are a powerful Emacs feature. A keyboard macro is
simply a recording of a sequence of key sequences. A key sequence is a series ...
Oct 28, 2014 ... Here's another weird Icicles feature: Completion of key sequences, instead of
commands or other minibuffer input text. (This feature works only ...
Aug 1, 2014 ... This is a reference for an EmacsNewbie of commonly used Emacs key sequence
s. See also: EmacsKeyNotation – Explain the convention of ...
It can sometimes be useful to let users use Customize to update key-binding
definitions. The 'key-sequence' widget added in Emacs 22 is helpful here, but it
Aug 28, 2014 ... 'C-h K' ( 'Info-goto-emacs-key-command-node' ): Go to the Emacs manual section
that describes a key sequence that you type. 'C-h w' ...
... mkb-slm-msg (message (car mkb-slm-msg) (cdr mkb-slm-msg))) )) ;; `slime-
fuzzy-target-buffer' ;; (listify-key-sequence ) ;; (event-modifiers (kbd "<super>f")) ;;
A more natural way is either key sequence, or real chords. That is, pressing
several keys together but you don't have to worry about which to hold or release