saving emacspeak windows in eterm.
If you want to recreate your eterm emacspeak windows, the easiest way to do
this is to:
1) Enter eterm review mode
2)Start defining a keyboard macro
3) Define your emacspeak eterm windows
4) Stop defining keyboard macro
5) Try the macro out --you will need to
be in eterm review mode when you execute the macro
6) if you are happy with it, name it and save the macro to a file
You can read about emacs macros in the online info pages.
Specifically regarding slackware setup--
note that there are two versions of setup --1 that uses fancy terminal curses
and one that is simply a shell script.
you can very effectively use the vanila shell setup gismo within an emacs
shell --at least was the case with older slackwares like 2.0 (which I still
Bart Bunting writes:
> T. V. Raman writes:
> > Bart Bunting writes:
> > >
> > > I am slowly working out both emacs and emacspeak.
> > >
> > > one thing I haven't been able to find documentation on is how to save your emacspeak window configuration in eterm.
> > You haven't found documentation on how to do it because it's not
> > > implemented.
> > I've never found a reason to save the emacspeak eterm window
> > > configuration-- so did not implement it either. >
> > > can anyone tell me where i can find info on this?
> > >
> > > thanks in advance,
> > > Bart
> > --
> > Best Regards,
> > --raman
> i wanted to save the window configurations that i set up to use dselect.
> how have you gotten arround the problem of having to redefine windows evry time you ran a program like debians dselect?
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