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Re: Keybinding nit

From: Kevin Rodgers
Subject: Re: Keybinding nit
Date: Thu, 19 Oct 2006 10:53:57 -0600
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Miles Bader wrote:
Peter Lee <address@hidden> writes:
I'm not sure why Emacs, in general, doesn't leverage the upper-case
binding for variations on a command.  It seems intuitive to me.

Well at least historically, I suppose one reason is because such
combinations (control + shift) don't work on ttys.

But that's not what Peter wrote; he's using the same `C-x' prefix
in all cases, just varying the case of the final key:

>> C-x 4 k - kill other buffer
>> C-x 4 K - kill other buffer and delete the window
>> C-x k - kill buffer
>> C-x K - kill buffer and delete the window


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