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Re: AltGr

From: Greg Hill
Subject: Re: AltGr
Date: Thu, 11 Apr 2002 11:00:52 -0700


For those of us who are familiar with emacs but not xemacs, it isn't clear from your question exactly what you are trying to accomplish. (What is 'AltGr'? What is the significance of '\k{e}'?) A specific example of something (e.g. a call to global-set-key or define-abbrev) that works in xemacs but not in emacs, and a description of what it does in xemacs might help.


At 10:37 PM +0200 4/10/02, Henk Vuijk wrote:
I would like to assign quite a few expressions, like '\k{e}' to an
'AltGr' + letter combination. In xemacs it works fine, but in emacs on
the terminal (a normal linux-pc text terminal) it does not!
Is there a way to achieve this?? (I like to work on on a

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