me.emf is the main start-up configuration file for MicroEmacs, you will find it in the ME macros directory. Alternatively use user-setup to create and edit your own Setup File and copy this global-bind-key line into it.
From: James Supancic [mailto:arrummzen@...
Sent: 24 November 2003 00:00
Subject: Re: [jasspa] Getting the menu on a bizzar Japanese terminel?
Were would I find me.emf? This is a generica Linux system, it just has a
strange input system.
Thank you for your time,
>Subject: Re: [jasspa] Getting the menu on a bizzar Japanese terminel?
>Date: Sun, 23 Nov 2003 23:52:11 -0000
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>In me.emf you will find the following key binding line:
> 0xa0000 global-bind-key osd "f1"
>This is the line which binds the opening of the main menu to the f1 key,
>f1 with another key, e.g. "C-x C-o" or "esc m" (I doubt S-backspace would
>on a terminal that doesn't support f1).
>You should then copy this line to your own Setup File (see user-setup
>Start-Up) so if
>and when you up-grade the binding is not lost.
>On 23 Nov 2003 at 22:00, James Supancic wrote:
> > I have a Japanese Termenel and I want to run Microemacs on it. All the
> > output works fine, but because there is no '`' key or 'F1' key, I can't
> > access the menu. Is there anyway I can map some other key like
> > shift+backspace (I never use that) to the menu?
> > Thank you for your time,
> > James S Supancic III
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