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hi all - any idea how to get the mac to send Control and Shift to emacs? (so I can do Cntrl-) for example?
I mean Control-) (sorry, missing bracket before)
at the moment the terminal beeps whenever I send Control and Shift
for info, this is with emacs-mac installed from brew. If I install the Emacs for App bundle then it works when Emacs launches as an App, but not from the terminal
and of course the excellent Prelude 😉
I am using terminal, let me try iterm2
Now if I press Control -Shift-0 I get a 0 printed out.
I have Control mapped to capslock if that makes any difference? I think I will create a new user and see if that helps - I don’t recall doing anything weird in the . files but maybe.
nope - still the same, I literally downloaded iterm2; ‘brew install emacs’, install prelude and that’s it...
I guess I can live with using the Emacs for Mac app for now
@colin.yates: One way to investigate is to type
C-h k followed by that key combo
@malabarba: it just beeps. I think you’re right; it is never getting to emacs.
The standalone emacs feels a little bit laggy (2014 macbook pro 15”) compared to the terminal
I am using the terminal.app on Yosemite
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ah yes, it just said it was disabled
ah, ok, line-numbers mode
that does make it quite a bit snappier now - thanks
1. M-x profiler-start 2. Type around some stuff, do your usual things. 3. M-x profiler-report
thanks, I will try it. I am suprised nobody else seems to be hitting this - it must be something I have done, but I can’t think what… oh well .
@colin.yates: I think your basic problem is quite obvious 😛
I knew you would be lurking