If you type
C-c C-k (to abort a capture process, for example), you get a
C-c C-v instead. It's like for this particular shortcut combo, Emacs interprets the hard key codes instead of the Dvorak layout on top (FYI: pressing
v on a standard keyboard produces the key
k with the Dvorak layout). I think the problem lies with Emacs since even the mini buffer shows it as
C-c C-v. At any other time, my
k key works just fine on its own (
including any other shortcut other than
C-k generally trenslates to
Have any other Dvorak user encountered this problem? How did you fix this? I want to make sure I'm not the only one, because if I am, it is probably not a bug.
I'm on Emacs 24.5.1.
Update: I just noticed an old piece of Autohotkey script that was mapping Ctrl+k to Ctrl-v. So the problem was Emacs unrelated.