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Emacs supports the modifier keys found commonly on keyboards today: Control,
Shift, and Alt. Emacs also supports additional modifier keys that few modern ...
Sep 11, 2014 ... ... sends a certain keycode, which is then interpreted by X. X will then produce a
symbolic representation of the key (and modifier keys) pressed.
May 31, 2011 ... They are excellent for modifier keys (Ctrl, Alt, Shift) but are also more widely
useful than that (EmacsVersor is designed partly for elegant ...
Any element in such a sequence can be a chord composed of a non-modifier key
and one or more modifier keys pressed at the same time. A seqence of mouse ...
I would also like to have a Super/Hyper key. It only has Controal and Alt/Meta. I
never thought I would miss that “windows” key; but an extra modifier key would ...
Oct 13, 2005 ... ... (vector (list modifier key)) 'qsearch)) qsearch-modifiers)) (mapcar 'car qsearch-
translations)) (define-key map (kbd "C-s-s") 'qsearch-forward) ...
Aug 23, 2009 ... ... can be used to get even more keys on the console – I use this to turn the
windows keys on my keyboard into Hyper and Super modifier keys.
Jun 28, 2013 ... The bottom row (consisting of the left and right groups of modifier keys, plus the
spacebar in the middle) is symmetrical, and the modifier keys ...
... Meta key (written 'M-' ) – a logical modifier key that is usually realized as the Alt
... modifier key – (1) a keyboard key that, when pressed, modifies the behavior ...
Sep 17, 2013 ... Selection and yanking are the same as for the region, except that you use the
Meta modifier key. To select, do any of the usual things, but with ...