[OS X Emacs] Enter key for "find next"

Elliott Roper elliott at yrl.co.uk
Wed Oct 8 19:05:46 EDT 2014

On 8 Oct 2014, at 23:30, David Reitter <david.reitter at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Oct 8, 2014, at 6:19 PM, Elliott Roper <elliott at yrl.co.uk> wrote:
>> PS How do you get a second RET to delete region between search start and matched point? Is that a special setting of transient mark?
> That is just standard transient-mark mode.   Make a selection with the mouse or define a region with key commands and type RET.  It will kill it.
> In Aquamacs, when a search is started with A-f, the found string will be set as the region.  This is in line with standard Mac interaction patterns.   In the latest revisions of Aquamacs, C-s will not cause this to happen in order to stay consistent with Emacs.

Ah! So it does. I never use A-f in Aquamacs so I never noticed. Sometimes painting the region round the found string could be useful. It it nice to have, but I like C-s the way it is, so having both as it is today is pretty close to perfect for me.

Thanks David.

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