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bug#7458: Distinguishing between left/right command and control keys in

From: Robert Clancy
Subject: bug#7458: Distinguishing between left/right command and control keys in OSX
Date: Wed, 24 Nov 2010 08:58:23 +0000

Now when I try to use right command as meta, emacs always picks it up as meta+super and OSX catches it. So I have errors like:
M-s-x   when I press <right-command>-x
<C-M-s-268632086> is undefined when I press C-<right-command>-v

However, if I set ns-command-modifier to nil (as opposed to super), everything appears to work correctly.


On 24 Nov 2010, at 07:53, Jan Djärv wrote:

I checked in a new fix.

        Jan D.

Jan D. skrev 2010-11-22 11.52:
Robert Clancy skrev 2010-11-22 09:45:
Thanks for that. When I set
to meta, Emacs correctly interprets commands like:
but if I try to use a command like C-M-v, Emacs says:
<C-M-268632086> is undefined.
I presume that OSX is still catching the command key although Emacs can
interpret it as meta.

If I set ns-command-modifier to meta I do not have this problem.

Also, if I set ns-right-control-modifier to meta, Emacs does not
interpret right control correctly. That is it inteprets
<right control>-v as C-v
C-<right control>-v as C-v
when ns-right-control-modifier is set to meta.

I'll check.


Should I file a separate bug report?

No, it is in the scope of this one.

Jan D.

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