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RE: context-sensitive mouse-3 [was: Is Elisp really that slow?]

From: Drew Adams
Subject: RE: context-sensitive mouse-3 [was: Is Elisp really that slow?]
Date: Sun, 19 May 2019 15:22:15 +0000 (UTC)

> Is Mouse-3 the right-click button in usual mice?


> Looking at the link, Icicles is a package similar to which-key, am I right?

Regarding help by showing keys currently available, yes.
Not the same in that regard, but similar, yes.

In other ways it is similar to Helm or Ivy (rather, they
are similar to it).  It is what is sometimes called, now,
a completion framework.

The help on keys works by completing keys ("completion"
can also start from an empty key sequence).

> > Menus in general, and La Carte in particular, can also
> > help with discoverability, and even more so when combined
> > with substring or regexp completion (e.g. Icicles).
> >
> >
> I am impressed with this; I should implement something similar with helm when
> I have free-time :-)

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