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RE: C-M-TAB stand-in for M-TAB, on MS Windows?

From: Drew Adams
Subject: RE: C-M-TAB stand-in for M-TAB, on MS Windows?
Date: Mon, 26 May 2008 10:15:04 -0700

> > 2. How about registering M-tab by default?
> I know some people would hate it. ;-)

Some? I suspect that most would appreciate it, but I might be wrong.

If it's a toss-up, then shouldn't Emacs emphasize Emacs, not Windows? As long as
there is a way for users to put Windows back in control, what's the harm in
giving Emacs the control by default?

> > 3. How about mentioning w32-register-hot-key in the Emacs manual,
> >    and indexing it there? This represents an important FAQ.
> Maybe because it does not work that good with the Windows keys?

What does that mean? Do you mean the Windows key? Please elaborate.

And why would that mean that it shouldn't be documented?

> And it does not work totally transparent with Alt either.

What does that mean? Please elaborate.

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