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bug#15358: 24.3.50; Remove message: "You can run the command `make-frame

From: Jan Djärv
Subject: bug#15358: 24.3.50; Remove message: "You can run the command `make-frame' with <ns-new-frame>"
Date: Thu, 12 Sep 2013 08:56:04 +0200


12 sep 2013 kl. 03:30 skrev Glenn Morris <address@hidden>:

> Keith David Bershatsky wrote:
>> When typing M-x make-frame, a message appears:  "You can run the
>> command `make-frame' with <ns-new-frame>".
>> However, M-x ns-new-frame appears to be a non-existent function.
> ns-new-frame is supposed to be some kind of key that you can press, not
> a function you can run.
> I don't think it is a real key, but rather some "Special
> Nextstep-generated event" that pretends to be a key, for some reason.
> I dunno.

When the user right-clicks on the Emacs icon in the dock, there is a New frame 
command there. nsterm.m turns that event into an Emacs Lisp event, 
that keyboard.c with system-key-alist turns into ns-new-frame.

The binding is in the global key map. Is there a better place?

     Jan D. 

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