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Re: F10 → menu

From: Jean-Christophe Helary
Subject: Re: F10 → menu
Date: Thu, 25 May 2017 14:42:41 +0900


Indeed, that's tmm-menu, and I thought it was the default way to display the 
menu after hitting F10.
So that other way to display the menu, in a very GUI-esque hovering small 
widget where all the menus are collapsed and you access them like in tmm, with 
the keys, or eventually with the mouse, is what I'm looking for.


> On May 25, 2017, at 14:25, Alexis <address@hidden> wrote:
> Jean-Christophe Helary <address@hidden> writes:
>> I don't remember what I did but at some point last week every time I
>> hit F10 I had a graphical collapsed menu that was displayed at the top
>> left of the frame (on OSX). And then I probably did something
>> (uninstall a package or whatnot) and now the behavior is back to the
>> bottom buffer displaying the menus.
> The latter, at least, sounds to me like `tmm-menubar` being enabled:
>   Text-mode emulation of looking and choosing from a menubar.    See the
>   documentation for ‘tmm-prompt’.
>   X-POSITION, if non-nil, specifies a horizontal position within    the
>   menu bar; we make that menu bar item (the one at that    position) the
>   default choice.
>   Note that <f10> by default drops down TTY menus; if you want    it
>   to invoke ‘tmm-menubar’ instead, customize the variable
>   ‘tty-menu-open-use-tmm’ to a non-nil value.
> Alexis.

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