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Re: ergonomic keybindings in text mode

From: Lennart Borgman (gmail)
Subject: Re: ergonomic keybindings in text mode
Date: Mon, 30 Jun 2008 11:52:59 +0200
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Markus Grunwald wrote:

Recently, I read in this group about a more ergonomic keylayout for emacs:
Since I had Problems with my joints for a long time, I decided to try it.

You may want to read this too:

and perhaps (if it fits you), the bottom of Alex page

My experience is very similar to Alex. And I always use sticky modifiers.

But I have one slight problem: text-mode changes a lot of bindings that I
would like to have. text-mode-hook does not look suspicious:

text-mode-hook is a variable defined in `text-mode.el'.
Its value is ((lambda nil
   (auto-fill-mode 1)
   (abbrev-mode 1)
   (message "==================== text-mode-hook ===================="))

What can I do about it ? The only thing that came to my mind is to re-bind
all keys in text-mode-hook but this does not seem elegant to me...


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