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Re: A matter of documentation



"T. V. Raman" <raman@cs.cornell.edu> writes:

[...]

> In contexts where emacspeak knows for sure that c-h is a key
> sequence it automatically says control-h
> --so for instance C-h c C-k says 
>  "control k runs the command kill-line"
Hmm, this raises a question I wanted to ask long time ago.
Actually, Emacspeak doesnt only speak those verbose names,
it also tricks Emacs into displaying verbose names like control and so on.
Specifically, in C-h c example you mentioned and in *Help* buffers
in general. Is there a way to make Emacspeak only speak
verbosely but not modify what Emacs displays on the screen?
As I am using Emacspeak in conjunction with a braille display,
it is rather anoying having to read those key sequences when
being use to C-x k or things like that.

-- 
CYa,
   Mario <mlang@delysid.org>

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