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Is there a way to change C-x to s-x in Emacs without remapping physical
Is there a way to change C-x to s-x in Emacs without remapping physical keys?
Sat, 29 Feb 2020 14:56:46 +0000
Hello, the Super key is not used in Emacs because it is meant for Window
Managers, but this restriction is unneeded because Window Management is
possible without this key (like with C-x).
To make CUA shortcut keys (like C-v for pasting) and ALL Emacs keybindings
work in Emacs X Window Manager without conflicting nor switching modes nor
using C-c C-q — it would be best to just globally make the commands work
using Super key instead of Ctrl key (and an additional keyboard key or
Super+Ctrl — instead of Alt)
and turn off EXWM Input Prefix Keys to prevent Ctrl key shortcuts from
exwm-workspace-switch etc should be bound to C-x 6 in the logic of C-x 4
and C-x 5. (Organizing all UI with C-x 7 (and so on for hierarchy) combined
with tags and search (like in org-mode) would be interesting?).
(Programs with Emacs mode would still work as expected).
TLDR: How to globally make all Emacs commands work using Super key instead
of Ctrl key ?
- Is there a way to change C-x to s-x in Emacs without remapping physical keys?,
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