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Re: Emacs Manual: G.5 Keyboard Usage on MS-Windows

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: Emacs Manual: G.5 Keyboard Usage on MS-Windows
Date: Mon, 25 Dec 2006 11:53:26 -0500

    > So a brief list of key kombinations to avoid using would be:
    > Alt-Tab, Alt-Shift-Tab, Ctrl-Tab, Ctrl-Shift-Tab
    > Ctrl-Alt-Left/Right/Up/Down, Ctrl-Shift-Alt-Left/Right/Up/Down
    > Alt-Escape, Ctrl-Alt-Escape
    > Alt-Print, Ctrl-Print
    > Ctrl-Alt-Delete
    > Alt-Fkey (i.e. F1, F2, ...)
    > Ctrl-Fkey
    > Ctrl-Shift-Fkey
    > Ctrl-Alt-D
    > Cltr-Alt-L
    > Alt-Space

Of all those, the ones that would actually interfere with Emacs seem
to be:

  Alt-TAB, Ctrl-Alt-D, Ctrl-Alt-L, Alt-SPC.

Are there any others?

We should recommend that Emacs users turn off those keys in their
window managers.

Which window managers define these by default?

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