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Wed, 4 Jun 2003 20:49:48 -0500 (CDT)
>From a message I sent several days ago:
Oliver Scholz wrote:
But I'd vote against binding `kill-whole-line' to
`S-M-<backspace>'. The penalty for clumsy fingers is way to high. I'd
have to be carefule and assure that I set my fingers right in order
to use this command -- which means that it would me more inconvenient
and complicated than `C-a C-k C-k', so I won't use it.
[C-S-<backspace>, or still better: `C-S-k' is fine, IMO.]
C-S-<backspace> is probably safer than S-M-<backspace>.
C-S-k is more intuitive. However, are there people who actually use
the Caps Lock key? Because C-S-k might give them trouble.
Are there any objections against changing the binding of
kill-whole-line from M-S-<backspace> to C-S-<backspace>?
(To avoid people accidentally killing their X server by hitting the
wrong key.) I could commit that change if there are no objections.