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Re: Accessability StickyKeys prevents use of Alt-key for menus on Win 20
Re: Accessability StickyKeys prevents use of Alt-key for menus on Win 2000
Wed, 01 Sep 2004 00:01:19 +0100
Gnus/5.110002 (No Gnus v0.2) Emacs/21.3.50 (windows-nt)
> I have been trying to make GNU Emacs on Windows 2000/NT to use Alt-key to
> use the menubar in Emacs from the keyboard. (This is a standard MS Windows
> feature that all programs I know of - except Emacs - uses to access the
F10 is another older standard for accessing the menubar which works on
many programs on many platforms, including Emacs, and has the
advantage of not being interfered with by "sticky keys".
> It works with the following:
> (setq w32-pass-alt-to-system t)
> (setq w32-alt-is-meta nil)
> However if StickyKeys (an Accessibility Option) is used then I have to tap
> the Alt-key two times to get to the menubar.
After enabling sticky keys, I have to tap the Alt key two times to
get to the menubar in any application, not just Emacs. So this seems
to be a limitation of sticky keys, not of Emacs.
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