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Note that to stick with emacs convention, you should put such
global keys on c-c followed by a non-control char --- that is
guaranteed not to be overridden by well-behaved emacs modes. Keys
like C-c C-c are often rebound by other modes.

>>>>> "Tim" == Tim Cross <tcross@rapttech.com.au> writes:
    Tim> BTW, I have this for browse-url, which makes it easy to
    Tim> open a file with a web browser from within dired and
    Tim> other places.
    Tim> 
    Tim> (global-set-key "\C-c\C-z." 'browse-url-at-point)
    Tim> (global-set-key "\C-c\C-zb" 'browse-url-of-buffer)
    Tim> (global-set-key "\C-c\C-zr" 'browse-url-of-region)
    Tim> (global-set-key "\C-c\C-zu" 'browse-url) (global-set-key
    Tim> "\C-c\C-zv" 'browse-url-of-file)
    Tim> 
    Tim> (add-hook 'dired-mode-hook (lambda () (local-set-key
    Tim> "\C-c\C-zf" 'browse-url-of-dired-file)))
    Tim> 
    Tim> This last bit sets up C-cC-zf as a shortcut for opening
    Tim> the file with w3m rather than opening it for editing,
    Tim> which is the default behavior if you hit enter. Note
    Tim> that in my txutils mode, I have advised the view-file
    Tim> funtion so that if you hit v within dired, it will do
    Tim> different things depending on the extension of the
    Tim> file. Note also that I have chosen what may appear to be
    Tim> 'odd' key combinations for the shortcut because that is
    Tim> what fits in best with my configuration.  Your milage my
    Tim> differ and alternative key bindings my be better for
    Tim> you.
    Tim> 
    Tim> You also need to configure browse-url to use your
    Tim> preferred web browser - i.e. w3m or w3
    Tim> 
    Tim> Note that emacs has lots and lots of support for all
    Tim> sorts of things and 90% of the time, you will find the
    Tim> functionality you want is already there - it just needs
    Tim> to be configured. By default, many things are not turned
    Tim> on because users needs differ widely and it is often
    Tim> difficult to get consensus on what the "default"
    Tim> behavior should be. You can usually find answers to many
    Tim> of these things on the various emacs web sites, such as
    Tim> the emacs wiki at http://www.emacswiki.org
    Tim> 
    Tim> Finally, I think its a mistake to be comparing emacs and
    Tim> emacspeak to windows and JAWS. They are very different
    Tim> systems, with I think different users in mind. If you
    Tim> are hoping to get a clone of the functionality you have
    Tim> with windows and JAWS using Linux, emacs and emacspeak,
    Tim> you are more than likely going to be disappointed. I
    Tim> think one of the strongest advantage of Linux, emacs and
    Tim> emacspeak is that it doesn't assume as much as Windows
    Tim> and JAWS about the user. While some may disagree, I
    Tim> think the typical emacs and emacspeak user tends to have
    Tim> more of an interest and understanding of the system
    Tim> compared to many windows and JAWS users who approach
    Tim> their system as simply a tool which helps them get their
    Tim> work done - work which is often limited to web browsing,
    Tim> sending e-mail and accessing media files.  Many users
    Tim> have only a ver basic conceptual understanding of how
    Tim> the computer and software works and the relationships
    Tim> between all the bits. For Linux, emacs and emacspeak,
    Tim> you need a more developed conceptual understanding in
    Tim> order to get the most out of the system.  This is not
    Tim> meant as a value statement, merely a statement that the
    Tim> audiences for the two systems are different.
    Tim> 
    Tim> Tim
    Tim> 
    Tim> 
    Tim> krishnakant Mane writes:
    >> hello, I will be interested to know if I can have emacs
    >> and thus emacspeak automatically open documents according
    >> to their associated modes?  like for example when I am in
    >> the directory mode and browsing files and folders, when I
    >> press enter on an html page, will it not be good that w3m
    >> opens that page and it becomes accessible right away?
    >> right now what I have to do is that when I want to read
    >> documents in html format, I have to first open w3m and
    >> press g for the url and type the path for the html page.
    >> when I use jaws for windows as an example, I just press
    >> enter on any html document and it opens in the internet
    >> explorer.  when we want to make a point clear that
    >> emacspeak is absolutely user friendly, such small things
    >> make a big difference when we call it user friendly.
    >> thanks.  Krishnakant.
    >> 
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    Tim> 
-- 
Tim Cross tcross@rapttech.com.au
    Tim> 
    Tim> There are two types of people in IT - those who do not
    Tim> manage what they understand and those who do not
    Tim> understand what they manage.
    Tim> 
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