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Re: emacs for everything?

From: Lee Sau Dan
Subject: Re: emacs for everything?
Date: 24 Nov 2004 12:13:56 +0800
User-agent: Gnus/5.09 (Gnus v5.9.0) Emacs/21.3

>>>>> "Maciek" == Maciek Pasternacki <address@hidden> writes:

    Maciek> My .fvwm/bindings starts with removing all default key
    Maciek> bindings (incl. alt+tab);

Me too!

    Maciek> X11 binds Windows keys as Super modifier, 

Only for recent versions of XFree86.  With previous versions, I needed
to  modify the  config files  to do  that.  And  there isn't  too much
well-formed  documentations for  configuring  the sophisticated  'xkb'

    Maciek> so all window manager keybindings I use are
    Maciek> Super+something - this way I have whole keyboard available
    Maciek> for FVWM

Me too!  And I've been doing it for some 8 years!

And I also bind the otherwise useless "Pause" key on PC keyboards.  ;)

    Maciek> Of course I could use Super bindings with applications but
    Maciek> I don't need to

Well...   few  applications use  the  Super  modifier  in the  default
configuration.  So, it doesn't hurt to reserve it for FVWM.

    Maciek> There is no universally-good configuration and I sculpted
    Maciek> my own from ground up; it took some time but now I feel
    Maciek> that I'm tha boss on my desktop and it behaves as I need.

Yeah.  It takes may be a few hours  to read the FVWM man page and 1 or
2 more hours  to try out the combinations that I  like.  But I've done
this just twice or thrice (when I upgrade to a new version of fvwm and
want to  enjoy the new features) in  the past 8 years.   So, it's only
maybe 20  hours in  8 years.  The  gained productivity of  course pays
that off.

Lee Sau Dan                     李守敦                          address@hidden

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