Mike FABIAN <mfabian(a)suse.de> writes:
> (set-input-mode nil nil
> Obvious, isn't it? :-)
This still doesn't work for me. In my case 'current-input-mode
(nil nil t ?\^G)
i.e. I have the above setting
No you don't, at least not necessarily. Contrary to appearances, the
third argument to set-input-mode is not boolean. According to the
docstring, Its meaning is:
nil -- ignore 8th bit altogether
t -- interpret 8th bit as the meta modifier (the default)
anything else -- just insert 8-bit chars without interpreting them specially.
That is why my example used a funny symbol rather than just t.