I use MacTerm 4.0 on
OS X 10.7.5 and I use the vt220 option base emulator.
When I open
emacs -nw on it, when I press
C-x C-c (to quit Emacs) it says
C-x C-g is undefined
When I type
C-x C-s (to save buffer) it displays only the C-x part, not the C-s.
When I press
M is bound to the
alt key to the left of the left
cmd button on the Apple Wireless aluminum keyboard, the mini buffer don't display
M-x at all. When I repeat the
M-x then it displays:
\305 is undefined
Here is the related section from my
(setq ns-option-modifier 'meta) (setq ns-right-option-modifer 'alt) (setq ns-alternate-modifier 'meta) (setq ns-right-alternate-modifier 'none) (setq ns-command-modifier 'super) (setq ns-right-command-modifier 'left) (setq ns-control-modifier 'control) (setq ns-right-control-modifier 'left) (setq ns-function-modifier 'none)
In order to do the
M-x, I do
ESC-x but I think you'll agree that it's not ideal.
To quit Emacs I do
To save buffer
1- How to use those (frequently used)
C-x C-c and
C-x C-s shortcuts on the vt220 emulator?
When I enter
dired mode and select a file on the dired window (i.e. by pressing enter) it doesn't open the file and the minibuffer says
Buffer is read-only: #<buffer lisp>
So I have to type the filenames on the minibuffer
2- Is there a way to select and open a file directly on