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Re: Customary prefix for custom keybindings

From: Xah Lee
Subject: Re: Customary prefix for custom keybindings
Date: Tue, 3 Apr 2012 21:44:37 -0700 (PDT)
User-agent: G2/1.0

By official gnu emacs manual's guideline, (info "Key Binding
Conventions") the key space for users are the function keys F5 to F9,
and 【Ctrl+c ‹letter›】. that's it.

for good practical suggestions of keyspace to use,  you might checkout

〈Emacs: How to Define Keyboard Shortcuts〉


On Apr 2, 1:17 pm, Kyle Sexton <address@hidden> wrote:
> All,
> Is there a customary prefix for custom keybindings?  For example, say I
> have a key binding that I want to setup for 'foo' mode, should I use
> something like 'C-x f <key>' or 'C-c f <key>'?  I've seen C-x and C-c
> used, but would rather not clobber other keybindings so would like to
> use the customary prefix if possible.
> --
> Kyle Sexton
> address@hidden

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