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Thu, 5 Jul 2001 17:26:36 +0200 (CEST)
Maybe this has been mentioned before, maybe not. I'm not subscribed to the
list, and as I don't know of any archive, I cannot check it.
I'm using the bèta version of emacs 21, compiled by Takuo KITAME, and
available at people.debian.org/~kitame/emacs21 (according to the startup
screen, this is version 188.8.131.52).
First of all: It's great. I love the fact that global-font-lock-mode now
works under console too. The improvements when running under X are
However, I do have a few problems with two particular keybindings: the
first one is <end>; this changed from being binded to end-of-buffer by
default to end-of-line, while C-<end> is supposed to be binded to
end-of-buffer. I support this; since almost other available editors behave
this way, emacs will be more "sane" when behaving this way. Unfortunately,
C-<end> does not work, rendering the user with two ways to invoke
The other problem is F10. This should create a buffer "*Menu*" with the
contents of the menu in it, but it doesn't; instead, an error is produced
in the minibuffer:
Buffer is read-only: #<buffer *Completions*>
Making it hard to use the menu when running emacs in a text-mode screen
Of course, if you guys already know this, feel free to ignore this
mail. Most of all, keep up the good work!
wouter dot verhelst at advalvas in belgium
resistance is futile, you will be packaged...
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