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Re: Getting back C-m instead of RET


From: Benjamin Lewis
Subject: Re: Getting back C-m instead of RET
Date: Wed, 13 Nov 2002 13:52:03 -0800
User-agent: Gnus/5.090008 (Oort Gnus v0.08) Emacs/21.2 (i686-pc-linux-gnu)

On 13 Nov 2002, address@hidden wrote:

> address@hidden (Kai Großjohann) writes:
> 
>> The key has changed recently.  It seems your documentation and the
>> code were not in sync.
>> 
>> The current key is C-c C-m, it used to be M-m.
>> 
>> Is there a hint somewhere in the documentation that you were reading
>> which version of Gnus it applies to?
> 
> The gnus-tutorial, in "Getting Started on Unix", says M-x gnus-version
> should say something like v5.8.8.
> 
> I got the tutorial off the web (forgot the site, sorry, found it through
> google), accessed the files from CVS, and I'm reading the info files (I
> believe I did a 'makeinfo' or something). This was like a week ago. Hope
> this helps you.
> 
> However : the M-m f suits me fine, otherwise I'd have to go back to my
> original question of how to enter the C-m. As I'm typing this, if I try
> C-c C-m, my keyboard beeps. Better still, I try it under C-h k, it says
> "C-c RET" is undefined. See, I *can't* use C-m that way.
> 
> So. I don't know what to make of this. Thanks all for helping me.

What does M-x gnus-version RET say?

-- 
Benjamin Lewis

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