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Re: Changing key bindings of printable chars

From: Michael Slass
Subject: Re: Changing key bindings of printable chars
Date: Fri, 25 Jun 2004 15:56:36 -0700
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"Paul Batt" <address@hidden> writes:

>I expected the question. The Z-Y thing is because I write German in an
>English environment occasionally. English and German keyboards have Z and Y
>replaced with each other. I could handle this by changing the keyboard
>settings in the OS of course, but other (English tongue) people use the
>computer also, and I might one day forget to switch back; they'd probably
>kill me. Double-RET is because I use refill-mode and longlines-mode and I
>found these to work better with an emtpy line between paragraphs (there is
>also the idea with "hard" Returns, but this does not help much and besides
>that I prefer two line feed paragraphs in plain ascii text anyway). So I
>hope to somehow get my own minor mode working with Z and Y replaced and a
>double line feed for my texts.

Ok, thanks for satisfying my curiosity :)
Did any of the posted answers work for you?

Mike Slass

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