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Re: < should also do scroll-calendar-right-three-months

From: Kevin Rodgers
Subject: Re: < should also do scroll-calendar-right-three-months
Date: Mon, 25 Jul 2005 09:45:15 -0600
User-agent: Mozilla Thunderbird 0.9 (X11/20041105)

Dan Jacobson wrote:
> rms> What is this in reference to?
> I'm saying do M-x calendar, see the three months at the bottom half of
> the screen.  At this point I want the < and > keys to go to the
> previous and future three months respectively.
> That is, in the default key assignments
> "<" should also do scroll-calendar-right-three-months
> ">" should also do scroll-calendar-left-three-months

1. Those commands are already bound by default to M-v/C-v and
   <prior>/<next>, and you can also get the same effect from
   M-3 C-x < and M-3 C-x >.

2. Who's to say the scrolling commands are the best commands to bind to
   < and >?  (Note that calendar-beginning-of-year and
   calendar-end-of-year are bound to M-< and M->.)  Why do the < and >
   keys need to be bound?

3. DIY:

(add-hook 'calendar-load-hook
          (lambda ()
            (define-key calendar-mode-map "<"
            (define-key calendar-mode-map ">"

Kevin Rodgers

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