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A sequence of keyboard key pressings and releases. Any element in such a
sequence can be a chord composed of a non-modifier key and one or more
Apr 27, 2003 ... However SHIFT plus two normal keys can be a "key chord". ... Key chord mode
acts like a global minor mode controlled by the function ; ...
Sep 3, 2014 ... You can use describe-key or C-h k to have emacs show how emacs would
represent a particular keystroke and if that key is already bound to ...
Feb 20, 2015 ... Intro. If your Emacs does not recognize your Alt key as the Meta key anymore,
then you probably have some other key bound to Meta. In some ...
Nov 6, 2013 ... This page is about the notation of key sequences in Emacs documentation and in
Emacs itself (GUI, terminal-mode). Overview; Angle-Bracket ...
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 ...
One Key provides a single keystroke that when pressed presents you with a
menu of commands which can be executed with a further keystroke. The menu is
Feb 4, 2012 ... This page is about the keyboard key typically labeled CapsLock. It covers
different ways to use the key, including changing its behavior.
You can easily customize any of the key bindings that Icicles uses – see Icicles -
Customizing Key Bindings. I recommend that you first try using the default ...
Even a simple key like 's' is bound to a command (usually command 'self-insert-
command' ). For information on setting actions to mouse buttons, the mouse ...