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Old 02-15-2008, 11:28 AM   #1
jcubed
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Question Issue with Xemacs key binding


I am working with Xemacs while ssh'ed in using Cygwin on a Windows box at work. I would like to map the move over sexp functions from C-M-b and C-M-a to C-{ and C-}, respectively because C-M brings up the blasted Start Bar in Windows.

After spending a fair bit of time looking at online posts and reading the documentation, I tried adding the following to my .emacs file:
(keyboard-translate ?\C-{ ?\C-\M-f)
(keyboard-translate ?\C-} ?\C-\M-b)

While I don't get any errors upon loading up another Xemacs session, I also get "C-{ not defined." when I try to use the keystroke. If I add or remove ?'s from the above, Xemacs gives me errors when I start another session. What am I doing wrong, and what would be the correct way of doing this?

Thanks in advance!
- JJJ
 
  


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