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Re: Keybinding nit

From: Kevin Rodgers
Subject: Re: Keybinding nit
Date: Wed, 25 Oct 2006 15:38:41 -0600
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Miles Bader wrote:
Kevin Rodgers <address@hidden> writes:
Indeed, even MOD + NO-MOD sequences can be a problem, as it's quite easy
to mis-time releasing the modifier key when typing quickly (I very often
mistype "C-x b" as "C-x C-b"); MOD + DIFFERENT-MOD would be even worse.
That all makes perfect sense, but in actual practice I find that there
are commands I use frequently use that aren't bound to keys, and that
the most mnemonic, available keys are C-<foo> Shift-<bar> sequences.

Well of course your MMV.  Still I think it's sufficient reason to be
cautious about using such key sequences in _default_ bindings.


I learned to touch type in 9th or 10th grade, but I guess I don't type
as quickly as you!

Or I'm just much more clumsy ... :-)



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