Re: [emacs-nxml-mode] Turning "Sticky Keys" on in the Mac OS
- Thanks John, I added that information to EmacsWiki.
John Gage wrote:
> Thank you again once again for advising me about cua-mode.
> Turning "Sticky Keys" on in the Macintosh is extremely easy (OSX
> 10.4.4). One goes to "Universal Access" in "System Preferences" and
> selects "Keyboard" in the horizontal menu across the top of the
> screen. It is self-explanatory from there on.
> And it works. And it makes using Emacs easier. Seeing that Emacs
> is very close to being a miracle, that's saying a lot.
> On Jan 31, 2006, at 6:00 PM, Lennart Borgman wrote:
>> John Gage wrote:
>> > Aquamacs, a Mac version of emacs employing the Aqua mac interface, has
>> > nxml-mode activated in its distribution version.
>> > Unfortunately, the default state does not toggle
>> > nxml-bind-meta-tab-to-complete-flag to true. So, to get *any*
>> > auto-completion of tags, you have to toggle that to true.
>> > On mac portables, pressing the "alt" (option) key and the tab key
>> > simultaneously is very difficult, because there is only one "alt" key
>> > on the *left* side of the space bar. Hence, C-RET is a better option.
>> > Unfortunately, cua-mode is toggled on in the distribution version,
>> > and, I believe, because it is a minor mode, it is very hard to get rid
>> > of its rather arcane usage of C-RET.
>> > However, Lennart's solution works admirably. The moment cua-mode is
>> > toggled off, C-RET works in nxml-mode. Hooray!
>> > Thanking you,
>> Have you heard of "StickyModifiers"? Please take a look at
>> http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki/StickyModifiers and add
>> information for Mac if you happen to know how this works on Mac.