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Re: [h-e-w] <C-return> is undefined in nXML mode

From: Drew Adams
Subject: Re: [h-e-w] <C-return> is undefined in nXML mode
Date: Fri, 4 Jan 2013 23:06:20 -0800

> > Just try it first with emacs -Q.  Type that in buffer 
> > *scratch* and use C-x C-e to evaluate it.
> I see 265 in the Messages buffer. Is tht what I am supposed to see?

I guess so - that's what I see, at least.

But what's important here is what happens after that.  If you use `M-TAB' in
Emacs.  E.g, if you type, say, `forward-w M-TAB' in the *scratch* buffer then
Emacs should complete that to `forward-word'.

You might have to try using `M-TAB' twice.  It seems that the first time I use
it Emacs does not capture it, but thereafter it does.

> >>  In any case, I do not really want to interfere with Windows.
> > 
> > I assume you mean that you want to use M-TAB to switch 
> > between MS Windows applications.
> That's right.

If you want `M-TAB' from within Emacs to go to Windows and not to Emacs then
don't use `w32-register-hot-key' as I suggested.  It depends what you want.

> Maybe it is not working because I am on Windows 8.

Maybe; dunno.  I'm on XP.

I believe it's supposed to work on Windows in general.  If it does not, consider
reporting a bug: `M-x report-emacs-bug'.

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