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Re: shell under emacs



"Robert J. Chassell" <bob@rattlesnake.com> writes:

> It is not clear to me whether you know about M-p and M-n.

I think I might have at one time, but I didn't remember.  I have been
trying it out and think it might be useful for times where I know I
executed a command x commands previous, but in cases where I need to
hear the command, it is practically worthless to me.  I have to hear the
prompt every time I scroll back in the history and it is quite
irritating.  This is made even worse when you are in a directory like
the lisp directory in emacspeak.  I would guess that I can go and fix it
with some variiable or another, but I have enough going right now.

Thanks for the info and for straightening me out though.  New info is
always appreciated.  

rdc


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