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RE: Keyboard macro counter formatted for letters

From: Drew Adams
Subject: RE: Keyboard macro counter formatted for letters
Date: Mon, 14 Jul 2008 09:54:37 -0700

> Is it possible to format the keyboard macro counter (say,
> using kmacro-set-format) such that the counter will insert
> letters instead of numbers. I'm writing a macro which is
> adding letters to an ordered list, and I think this would
> be handy. If not, is there any other way to accomplish this?

I don't have a direct answer to your question. However, this might help: 

In Icicles, command `icicle-kmacro' takes the place of command `kmacro', by
default (e.g. it is bound to `f5' in Icicle mode). The macros in the keyboard
macro ring are given the names `macro #1', `macro #2', and so on, according to
their position in the ring, and you can invoke them by name using completion.
Icicles completion lets you match any part of a name or access names by cycling.

(This is a multi-command, meaning that you can use a single invocation of `f5'
to execute any number of keyboard macros, if you like.)

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