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Re: unassigning cntl-Z in cua mode


From: Stuart McGraw
Subject: Re: unassigning cntl-Z in cua mode
Date: Sun, 22 Mar 2015 23:58:47 -0600
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On 03/22/2015 11:39 PM, Alexis wrote:
On 2015-03-23T16:19:34+1100, Stuart McGraw <address@hidden> said:
SM> On 03/22/2015 11:05 PM, Alexis wrote:
 >> On 2015-03-23T15:54:01+1100, Stuart McGraw <address@hidden> >> said:
 >> SM> Ah, I was try to set it to nil.  I just tried your suggestion
SM> >> instead but still no joy.  No errors or messages but no effect >>
SM> either, ctrl-z still tries to do an undo.
 >> >> Odd. What does Emacs say when you ask about the C-z >> keybinding:
 >> >> C-h k C-z

SM> Still seems to be bound to undo:

SM> | C-z runs the command undo, which is an interactive compiled SM>
Lisp | function in `simple.el'.  | | It is bound to C-z, C-_, SM>
<undo>, C-/, C-x u, <menu-bar> <edit> <undo>.  |...

SM> The "(global-unset-key (kbd "C-z"))" line is at the bottom of my SM>
.emacs file, I didn't do something silly like putting it above SM> the
cua-enabling stuff.

*nod*

Perhaps instead try:

(setq cua-remap-control-z nil)

Bingo!  When put above the cua-enabling code it works excellently.
Thank you!!





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