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I know I can use a Greek input method, but what I want is quite different: how to use Emacs in an OS configured for Greek, without having to set the keyboard to English (or any other Latin alphabet language) when wanting to use Emacs.

I know I can set my own keybindings, but it is not practical. Should I just do so and create an ELPA package for Greek keybindings?

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  • I haven't tried this package: github.com/a13/reverse-im.el but it sounds like it does what you want. In the example, change russian-computer to greek.
    – legoscia
    Sep 18, 2018 at 16:28
  • Interesting question! Here is a similar question with Russian, rather than Greek. Ignore the accepted answer as it suggests using input methods, which isn't what you want. Some of the others might perhaps be helpful. reverse-im suggested above, might be a better solution, though, as the package is newer than any of the answers. (Haven't tried any of the solutions.)
    – aplaice
    Sep 18, 2018 at 17:12
  • Thanks @legoscia for suggesting the answer, and aplaice for confirming it. Am happy already. I wrote an answer below, but as I cannot yet accept it, please feel free to write the answer and I will accept yours.
    – Leandro
    Sep 19, 2018 at 1:07
  • This question appears to be a duplicate of Executing emacs shortcuts when keyboard is set to Greek. I would submit this as a comment but I don't have enough reputation
    – Mehmet
    Mar 9, 2021 at 9:56

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Thanks to @legoscia for suggesting the answer, and @aplaice for confirming it: http://github.com/a13/reverse-im.el, available from ELPA, does what I needed. Just changed russian-computer to greek in the sample initialisation code, and am happy.

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