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bug#30758: 25.3; Cannot exit minibuffer with C-g when opening file or sw


From: Tim Fischbach
Subject: bug#30758: 25.3; Cannot exit minibuffer with C-g when opening file or switching buffers
Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2018 13:14:45 +0000

Interesting. I did not know about view-lossage.

<f1> c C-g just briefly displays "Quit" and exits minibuffer. When running "emacs -nw -Q" from a terminal, the same key is described correctly as keyboard-quit.

After trying to exit C-x C-f with C-g, nothing shows up in view-lossage. When I hold C-g for a couple of seconds, focus goes back to the buffer as expected and "C-g [abort-recursive-edit]" shows up in view-lossage.

When hitting C-g while inside a buffer, view-lossage displays "C-g [keyboard-quit]" correctly, though, which I would not expect if Ubuntu kept Emacs from receiving keyboard events correctly. 



On Tue, 13 Mar 2018 at 02:12 Noam Postavsky <address@hidden> wrote:
Tim Fischbach <address@hidden> writes:

> Unfortunately that option was already disabled on my system. But it
> has to be something like this.

Does describe-key-briefly (<f1> c C-g), or view-lossage (<f1> l) suggest
that Emacs can recognize the C-g, or does it see some other keystroke?

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