[OS X Emacs] mapping to C-z

David Reitter david.reitter at gmail.com
Mon Jul 12 04:57:28 EDT 2010

On Jul 12, 2010, at 10:15 AM, James Harkins wrote:

> 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.

Yes, look for `define-key' or `global-set-key' in the Aquamacs FAQ (on the Wiki, see Help menu).

> Again, I know this isn't "correct" Emacs key binding practice. 

Developers have been working hard to keep Emacs configurable so that you can privately map keys to whatever you wish, whether it's considered OK or not by Emacs UI standards.  So go right ahead!

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