The Modernization of Emacs: terminology buffer and keybinding

David Kastrup dak at gnu.org
Thu Jun 21 17:02:57 CEST 2007


jadamson at partners.org (Joel J. Adamson) writes:

> Twisted <twisted0n3 at gmail.com> writes:
>
>> On Jun 20, 5:03 pm, Kaldrenon <kaldre... at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I still have a good deal to learn, even of the basics, but I've toyed
>>> with it casually for a little bit (a total of two hours at most, but
>>> almost certainly less) and I already know enough that finding out how
>>> to do anything else IS trivial. It's not a program whose controls
>>> throw themselves at you, exactly, but with a touch of patience and a
>>> genuine interest in learning, it's not too bad.
>>
>> I don't know what software you're describing, but it's obviously not
>> emacs, unless there have been some HUGE changes to (at minimum) the
>> help and pane-navigation (er, excuse me, "window"-navigation)
>> controls...
>
> We're talking about Emacs.  In particular we're referring to
>
> C-h t
> C-h i
> C-h ?
>
> Or, since Emacs is customizable, for me it would be 
>
> <f1> t
> <f1> i
> <f1> ?

Huh?  The latter are available by default on Emacs 22.1.

-- 
David Kastrup



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