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Re: Keybinding std WAS: replace C-s with C-f

From: Kevin Rodgers
Subject: Re: Keybinding std WAS: replace C-s with C-f
Date: Tue, 18 Feb 2003 15:36:25 -0700
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Bruce Ingalls wrote:

About the only thing missing, at this point, is that the keybindings don't show
up in the menu, to the right of the commands, ex:
    Search...            C-f

Because src/xmenu.c:menu_item_equiv_key only displays the first key sequence
returned by where-is-internal.  "First" doesn't seem to be well-defined, so
maybe if you removed the default keybinding(s) before adding your custom key
binding, it would help.


Finally, there is a rumor, that KDE & Gnome may soon come to an agreement
on keybinding standards. I feel that Emacs & XEmacs should step up to the
plate, and try to conform to any reasonable standard.

Obviously, KDE and Gnome should respect Emacs' precedent key bindings.


  (global-set-key [(meta \040)] 'tmm-menubar) ;M-space is symbiotic?

[(meta ?\040)] or just "\M- "

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