here's another one of those problems integrating NaturallySpeaking with Emacs.
Dictation box is a tool that uses the cut and paste buffer to transfer
information between application and a dedicated editor. There are multiple
options for sending the cut and paste commands.
Copy options are:
do not copy
type keys ctrl+c
use window copy command
type keys ctrl+v
use Windows paste commands
Now, I really like my ctrl+c, ctrl+v keys to remain as they are (I'm too old to
rewire my meat macros). I'm trying to do the research to find out what the copy
and paste commands are for windows and whether or not we can use it to invoke a
different mechanism for transferring text into and out of xemacs and bypass
requirement for the keystrokes c-c c-v If anybody here knows, I would appreciate
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