[OS X Emacs] mapping to C-z

James Harkins jamshark70 at gmail.com
Mon Jul 12 04:15:02 EDT 2010

I know it's not kosher, but for ergonomic reasons it would really help 
me and my RSI to map the sclang-mode "evaluate" command onto C-z. That 
key is mapped somewhere onto "ignore" and trying to remap it in .emacs 
has no effect.

For now I'm using C-v (in Dvorak, v is next to z) -- I don't use the old 
school C keys for cursor movement.

Again, I know this isn't "correct" Emacs key binding practice. The 
problem for my hands is that Dvorak puts 'c' on the top row of letters, 
which is an extra stretch for my hand every time I want to run some 
code. I just figured out today that this is killing me and thought C-z 
it would be ideal since I don't really plan to call "ignore" routinely :-)



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