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Emacspeak, gnus and bbdb.



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I do use bbdb at times with gnus, so I dont think that that is the
culprit.
I'm running emacs 21.3.5 and it doesn't exhibit the problem, it could
well be the case that certain versions of gnus that are at a level
higher than the version of emacs installed might be getting confused.>>>>> "Tim" == Tim Cross <tcross@rapttech.com.au> writes:

    Tim> Actually, I've observed the same thing. However, I don't
    Tim> think bbdb has anything to do with it and I've not tried
    Tim> without emacspeak running. I noticed this behavior after
    Tim> upgrading to gnus 5.10.6 I did not observe this behavior with
    Tim> the version of gnus which coems with emacs 21.3.

    Tim> I only use bbdb with vm and do not have gnus configured to
    Tim> use bbdb. I thought it must have just been a change in how
    Tim> keys are bound with the new version of gnus and have'nt
    Tim> bothered trying to track it down.

    Tim> I'm running on Debian's sarge distribution (aka testing).

    Tim> Tim


>>>>> "T" == T V Raman <tvraman@sbcglobal.net> writes:

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    T> I do not see this behavior on the current version of emacspeak
    T> and given that emacspeak-gnus hasn't changed much in a while,
    T> I'd be very surprized if the behavior you report was present
    T> and got fixed at some point.
>>>>> "Sergei" == Sergei Fleytin <fleytin@mail.ru> writes:

    Sergei> Hello, list!  I run emacs 21.2, bbdb 2.35 and gnus 5.9.

    Sergei> My problem is that while in *article* buffer, most of the
    Sergei> keybindings stop working when bbdb is loaded. I tried
    Sergei> several versions of emacs/gnus/bbdb but suddenly
    Sergei> discovered that the root of the problem was with
    Sergei> emacspeak. When i install debian on my box i install
    Sergei> emacspeak 15.3 (which is part of the official debian woody
    Sergei> distribution) and noticed that the problem
    Sergei> disappeared. After upgrading to a newer version of
    Sergei> emacspeak, that problem went back. I tried all version
    Sergei> from 17 through 19, but the problem is present in all
    Sergei> those versions accept for 15.3.

    Sergei> The problem is that keys such `n', `q' etc, don't work in
    Sergei> *article* buffer (though they still work while in
    Sergei> *summary* or *group* buffer)).  I got no error messages
    Sergei> eccept "no command on this key".

    Sergei> So my question is, if anyone else hav similar problem and
    Sergei> how can it be solved.

    Sergei> With best wishes,

    Sergei> Sergei.

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    T> -- Best Regards, --raman

      
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