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Re: emacs on windows

From: B. T. Raven
Subject: Re: emacs on windows
Date: Tue, 12 Feb 2008 19:50:26 -0600
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Sven Utcke wrote:
"B. T. Raven" <address@hidden> writes:

Sven Utcke wrote:
Have a look at ---
wouldn't know how to use Windows without it!  Essentially it adds
Emacs Keybindings to _all_ Windows programs (can be disabled on a
per-program basis, of course, and also configured per program).
This looks very impressive. I've downloaded the .zip file and the .msi
installer but now I'm afraid to try it out, even on notepad (the
screenshot example). Will it mess with any key re-mappings I've made
with Keytweak? Why is there a .zip and a .msi?

No idea whether the two will interfere, but just try it --- if you
don't like it, simply disable (or delete) it, and all is back to


Thanks, Sven. I have read the associated readme's and faqs. It looks like I might undo the registry changes made by Keytweak if I later uninstall Xkeymacs. Also I don't want the program to assume mod key scan codes are the default. Maybe I'll have to ask the program author about specifics.


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