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bug#4462: 23.1; global-(un)set-key has no effect for global key set by E


From: Michael Olson
Subject: bug#4462: 23.1; global-(un)set-key has no effect for global key set by ERC
Date: Fri, 18 Sep 2009 10:12:18 -0700

The solution is to do M-x customize-option RET
erc-track-enable-keybindings RET.  Change to nil.  It defaults to
'ask, which means "ask the user whether they want to bind C-c C-SPC."

On Fri, Sep 18, 2009 at 9:39 AM, Chong Yidong <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi Michael, could you take a look at this bug report for ERC?  Thanks.
>
>> ERC, when started with M-x erc, defines an apparently global key binding
>> for C-c C-SPC, which takes precedence over the default binding for the
>> same key in the 3rd-party "agda" major mode. I wanted to make C-c C-SPC
>> do what it used to do, in the agda major mode at least, so I tried
>>
>> M-x global-set-key RET C-c C-SPC agda2-give RET
>>
>> and
>>
>> M-x global-unset-key RET C-c C-SPC
>>
>> but neither of these had any effect. After both of them, C-c C-SPC
>> switches to an ERC buffer, which is exactly the same behaviour as
>> before.
>
>



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