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Re: Avoiding moving point into minibuffer prompt area

From: Randal L. Schwartz
Subject: Re: Avoiding moving point into minibuffer prompt area
Date: 16 Aug 2005 20:13:40 -0700
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>>>>> "Drew" == Drew Adams <address@hidden> writes:

Drew>       I'd still be interested in knowing what your text-copying
Drew>       use case is.

Drew>     I sometimes use command history to turn an interactive command into a
Drew>     piece of lisp code to use later, or at least study how it was invoked,
Drew>     or reinvoke it on a variable instead of a literal string.

Drew> Sorry, it's unclear to me what you are saying. Could you elaborate or be
Drew> more specific? How does putting the cursor in the minibuffer-prompt area
Drew> help you - how do you use that feature?

Well, now that I'm clear on the rest of the thread, I realize I'm
talking about a different part.  No, I've never moved dot into the prompt.
Just around within the response to the prompt.


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