[Aquamacs-bugs] [OS X Emacs] Aquamacs Emacs 1.4rc1

Joseph C. Slater PE, PhD joseph.slater at wright.edu
Wed May 28 10:57:57 EDT 2008

On May 28, 2008, at 10:24 AM, David Reitter wrote:

> On 28 May 2008, at 15:17, Joseph C. Slater PE, PhD wrote:
>> It seems the tab feature is still somewhat incomplete. When tabs are
>> enabled, a newly opened document should appear in a new tab which
>> becomes the selected one. However, this isn't the most critical  
>> issue.
>> It's just no quite right yet.
> Apple-T creates a new tab: see also the File menu.
> The option is just there to toggle the display of tabs; it is  
> enabled automatically if you press Apple-T.

OK, I swear it was happening this way (not using the new tab), but I  
know those are often the words of an incompetent user...

OK, this is it, C-x C-f opens in a new window even if you are using  

>> It seems that some standard key bindings are broken. For instance,  
>> C-x
>> C-s doesn't work,
> works as expected for me: it saves the buffer.
> Did you try to use it on the *scratch* buffer?  That one has a  
> designated file now, so your changes are saved there.  This is  
> indicated in the echo area.

Just tried that to. After echoing C-x, C-s does nothing... I did move  
my personal .emacs file to make sure.

I just tried a "dummy" account. No problems there.

I've removed everything starting with .emacs to another folder  
(dotemacs) and the problem persists.

>> but it doesn't mean anything else,
> Not for me.  C-h k C-x C-s gives me save-buffer.
>> Further,
>> keybindings like C-c C-s for creating a new section are broken.
> C-c C-s is not defined in GNU Emacs either, and since it's a C-c  
> binding, it would be a major-mode specific binding.

Yes, auctex.
> Do you mean a new section in LaTeX perhaps?

Yes, sorry.
> I just tried it and it worked fine for me.
> Let's figure out which of your settings is causing this!

I appreciate your help. At this point I have no idea what emacs would  
see differently between the two accounts.
> - D

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