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Emacs and Extended Keys like control+LeftArrow



OK, maybe I'm showing a bias here, but I find the never-ending key sequences
like control+e d r to be tedious (and in my case painful) to type. Also,
extended keys don't seem to be recognized properly by emacs. I want to be
able to define, say, all the standard windows editing keys for example. I'm
using an intel pentium box running redhat linux, with a standard windows
keyboard.
Is their an easy way of getting, say, control+leftArrow in emacs, or
alt+shift+tab, etc?
                    Rich

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From: "Cheryl Homiak" <
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To: "Emacspeak" <
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Sent: Friday, May 11, 2001 11:23 AM
Subject: Lost emacspeak from my info tree

> I am using debian.  I downloaded the rpm package of emacspeak-14.0, used
> alien to make a debian package and replaced my old version with it.  Now I
> can't access any info for emacspeak either inside or outside of emacspeak;
> I could before.  What have I done and/or what should I do?!
>
>                               Cheryl
>
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