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Re: Should `describe-face' have a global binding? Should C-h i be a ch
Re: Should `describe-face' have a global binding? Should C-h i be a choice in C-h C-h?
Mon, 24 Jul 2006 10:33:36 -0600
Thunderbird 18.104.22.168 (Windows/20060516)
Richard Stallman wrote:
1. The `C-h...' commands are one of the main entries to information, and to
customize, as well. Shouldn't users be able to find `describe-face' when
they do `C-h C-h'?
Yes, if we can figure out a binding for it.
I don't have a great suggestion for the C-h binding. (Perhaps `T' for
For coherence, it should be a lower-case letter. The available ones
are g, o, u, x, y, z. None seems particularly approproate, but
perhaps g is a little better than the others since it can stand for
`o' might be a good choice, since the facemenu commands are bound to
`M-o' prefixed keys. (If I recall, it used to be `M-g'.)
Re: Should `describe-face' have a global binding? Should C-h i be a choice in C-h C-h?,
Kevin Rodgers <=