[OS X Emacs] looking for help in two areas

David Reitter david.reitter at gmail.com
Sat Aug 1 11:29:45 EDT 2009

On Aug 1, 2009, at 4:23 PM, Craig A. Finseth wrote:
> First, if you copy or cut some text (C-W), move somewhere, yank it
> (C-Y), the text remains selected.  If you start typing, the text that
> you just yanked is replaced.  What is the mode setting that controls
> this?

It doesn't do that for me.  In Help -> Diagnose there's a function  
that will let you start Aquamacs without customizations.

> from a version from several years ago.  With this new version, C-Z
> doesn't do anything, even though I have this in my .emacs file:
> 	(global-set-key "\C-z" 'scroll-down-by-lines)
> Anyone have any idea where this is being overridden?

Use define-key with osx-key-mode-map.  This was bound to `ignore'  
because people hit C-z all the time by mistake (on English  
keyboards).   The change log file should contain the full syntax.

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