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Re: setting dtk-split-caps to off in a .emacs file



Hi, Jason,

Thanks for giving me the fish and for encouraging me to learn how to
fish on my own.  =)  Goes right to a teacher's heart, that does.  I'd
learned the names of the functions.  I just couldn't figure out if I
needed to type setq or put an apostrophe before the parentheses, if
indentation was a big deal in lisp as it is in python and so forth.
That pair of strings worked like a charm.


Thanks again!

Alex M

On 2/20/11, Jason White <jason@jasonjgw.net> wrote:
> Alex Midence <alex.midence@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm drawing a blank on the right string to type into my .emacs file to
>> make Emacspeak come up with dtk-split-caps turned off globally and
>> dtk-all-caps-beep turned on globally.
>
> (dtk-toggle-split-caps t)
> (dtk-toggle-allcaps-beep t)
>
> It's time to learn how to use C-h a, C-h f and other Emacs help commands
> effectively to find functions and variables that you need.
>
> I haven't tested the above, but I did read the documentation.
>
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