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Re: Changing Startup Key



Hello Steve,

Steve Holmes <steve@holmesgrown.com> writes:

> I thought I had done this before but can't remember how to do this.  I
> want to change the start key for emacspeak to alt-s or m-s (whatever
> notation).  i TRIED STICKING A GLOBAL-SET-KEY TO ESC-S FOR
> EMACSPEAK-PREFIX-COMMAND BUT THAT DIDN'T WORK FOR ME.  i THOUGHT THERE
> USED TO BE AN OPTION IN EMACSPEAK TO DO THIS BUT i COULDN'T FIND ANY
> IDEAS IN THE DOCUMENTATION.
>
> iS THERE A WAY TO DO THIS?

Of course.  This is emacs, after all.

Found in the info manual under 5.2 Working In Emacs Buffers:

   *  Emacspeak commands for listening to chunks of information.  The
     names  of these commands all start with the common prefix
     `emacspeak-speak-'.  All Emacspeak commands are bound to the
     keymap EMACSPEAK-KEYMAP and are accessed with the key  `Control
     e'(1).  Thus,  the Emacspeak command "emacspeak-speak-line" is
     bound to `l' in  keymap EMACSPEAK-KEYMAP and can be accessed with
     the keystroke  `Control-e l'.  If for some reason you wish to use
     some key other  than `control-e' as the common keyboard prefix for
     all Emacspeak  commands, set the variable EMACSPEAK-PREFIX.

Watch that caps-lock key, brother,
rdc
-- 
Robert D. Crawford                                      rdc1x@comcast.net

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is only because we have no choice.
		-- Kirk, "The Squire of Gothos", stardate 2124.5

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