[TxMt] Three requests
jarkko at jlaine.net
Fri Dec 10 08:51:38 UTC 2004
One thing that would need to change for this to be really mimicking the
emacs behaviour is that ctrl-k would have to cut also the empty lines.
Now when you click it you only get the current line cut and then
nothing happens no matter how hard or many times you hit the keystroke.
That makes it impossible to use ctrl-k/ctrl-y for multiline
On 10.12.2004, at 07:42, Allan Odgaard wrote:
> On Dec 10, 2004, at 4:06, otheraccount at verizon.net wrote:
>>> Doh... that's the new feature about macros having their own local
>>> clipboard :( Then I'm afraid there's no real substitute.
>> Hm... But couldn't the selected text, rather than being cut and
>> placed in the clipboard, just be instead sent to a file? [...]
> Yes it (most likely) can -- but I don't think Normand have any real
> shell-scripting experience, so maybe someone could create the
> script/macro and throw it in a bundle ;)
> However, it would mean there are two locations for cut/copied text.
> Although this also seems to be the case with the system kill buffer
> (which doesn't interfere with the clipboard).
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