>>>> Stephen wrote:
Stephen> Not much, and it's harder than binding the Windows key: AFAIK
Stephen> cut-and-paste on Windows uses the Control key, not the
Stephen> Windows key, which means losing C-z, C-x, C-c, and C-v.
OOPS! I didn't mean "the Windows key" but rather all key bindings a
normal Windows user would assume a Windows application uses. Most
famous is of course the key bindings you mention but there might be
Stephen> This is what Kim Storm's cua.el is supposed to do, but I
Stephen> don't know that anybody ever made a serious attempt to port
Stephen> it to XEmacs.
Well what would be needed to do this well? Should the installer, or
maybe better XEmacs on the first activation, if encountering a new
installation insert some spiffy windows adoptions in the
.xemacs/*-files per default for the user to change to his likeing?
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