I am using shell in Emacs (
M-x shell). Often, when I try to copy-paste a particular snippet of text from the output (say the output of a
ls), I want to use ace-jump-mode to jump to a particular point on my screen but C-c+SPC seems to result to a new line and not prompt me for the head char. By using
describe-key I get the following message:
C-c SPC runs the command comint-accumulate, which is an interactive compiled Lisp function. [...]
Why is the binding changed in the shell mode? In any other buffer describe-key shows the correct, anticipated binding for C-c SPC:
C-c SPC runs the command ace-jump-mode, which is an interactive Lisp function in `ace-jump-mode.el'.
How can I ensure that my ace jump bindings are not hijacked in shell ?