カテゴリ・キーバインド

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Keys, or KeySequences, in Emacs are bound to Commands. Even a simple key like ‘s’ is bound to a command (usually command ‘self-insert-command’).

For information on setting actions to mouse buttons, the mouse wheel, or mouse movements, see CategoryMouse a subset of CategoryKeys.

For information on emulating other systems and software like ViKeys or CopyAndPaste bindings, see CategoryEmulation.

For information on using the menu for actions instead of keys, see CategoryMenus.

Introduction

Key Problems Solved

             (global-set-key (kbd "<return>") (kbd "RET"))

Tools

Cool Bindings

In GNU Emacs, the ignored part of the filename is visible after typing a slash or tilde, at least until completion is performed with TAB. With the CVS version of GNU Emacs, the behaviour of XEmacs can be approximated by using (file-name-shadow-mode 1) and customizing either file-name-shadow-properties or file-name-shadow-tty-properties. – MattHodges

Bindings Inspired by MeatBall:HumaneInterface

MeatBall:HumaneInterface

There is also some very creative suggestions for keyboard tweaking in the Ratpoison (a window manager for X11) Wiki that might be of interest to Emacs users as well:

Health Issues

Keyboard layouts