key binding conflict between emacs and gterm
Keybinding conflict between <alt> in gterm (used for menu options) and <alt> in emacs (used for 'meta'), when I launch emacs with the '-nw' flag. I prefer to re-map the keybinding in emacs, since 'alt' is an arbitrary re-mapping of 'meta'.
This thread links to emacs tiny tools, and suggests that the 'convert keybindings' tool may be used to re-map emacs keys. The tiny tools link goes on to say that versions of emacs above 19.30 may use the xemacs style keybinding, which looks something like this:
As long as I'm asking... is there any particular reason not to use the 'super' key for 'meta' in emacs? Does emacs use 'super' in some weird triple-bucky combination? (Should be ok, since emacs expands to 'escape-meta-alt-control-shift. It doesn't say anything about 'super' ;) )
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