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What does S mean in emacs keybinding notation (org-mode) [duplicate]

Looking at the keybindings here http://orgmode.org/guide/Structure-editing.html#Structure-editing, it asks us to use M-S-<RET> to add a TODO at the same level. What does the S here mean? I ...
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Why doesn't “C-;” “C-,”, or “C-.” work in a terminal emulator? (OS X Terminal, Iterm2) [duplicate]

I have bound "C-;" to 'other-window in my config like so. (global-set-key (kbd "C-;") 'other-window) When I run emacs outside of a terminal, this keybinding works as I would expect. Inside Iterm2 ...
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Paredit slurp hotkey doesnt work [duplicate]

I'm having a real hard time getting the paredit slurp key to work. I know it is bound to C-), and by describing the paredit-slurp-forward-sexp it confirms that. When I fire up M-x describe-key and ...
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The shift is useless when I am in the iterm2 with emacs -nw [duplicate]

GNU Emacs 24.5.1 (x86_64-apple-darwin14.5.0 Org-mode version 8.2.10 (release_8.2.10 For example, when I use C-q M-Return. It shows ^[ . But when I use C-q M-S-Return. It still shows ^[ . It seems S:...
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Weird keyboard behaviour by Emacs in a terminal [duplicate]

I am having problems to configure my EMACS in -nw mode using linux thorough ssh. I am trying to map Ctrl+Shift+z to redo using undo-tree-redo. I tried the following code (defalias 'redo 'undo-tree-...
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C-S-Backspace not working [duplicate]

When using emacs, C-S-Backspace seems to only delete one char and not the whole line. After reading Here I see the text: "C-S-backspace (kill-whole-line) kills a whole line including its newline,...
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C-RET not recognized by Emacs in terminal [duplicate]

Attempting C-c C-RET gives me the following: C-c RET is undefined Any thoughts on what is happening here?
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C-S-n and C-= not working in emacs if running within terminal [duplicate]

I am running emacs inside tmux within iterm2 on OSX. For some reason these key bindings do not work properly C-S-n C-= C-+ C-; And some others too that are similar. All of these work when running ...
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Return key when Emacs running inside a terminal [duplicate]

I have re-assigned the RETURN key to exit the insert state in Evil mode. (define-key evil-insert-state-map [return] 'evil-normal-state) But this does't work with emacs -nw in terminal. Any way to ...
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C-C C-SPC not working in RHEL 6.7 GNOME 2.28.2 [duplicate]

The key C-SPC is not working in RHEL 6.7 GNOME 2.28.2. When I try C-h k and then hit C-SPC I see the following message on the mini-buffer: C-@ is undefined That is, SPC is mistaken for @.
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How to bind C-i as different from TAB?

I want to make Control-i perform indent-region (basically since Xcode has built that muscle memory already). I realise that Control-i and tab are indistinguishable in the Ascii sense, but they are in ...
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emacs on terminal does not recognise option as alt-key on mac

I am on a mac and I am running emacs 24.4.1, but I have the same problem also with 22.1.1. When I open mac on a terminal on the remote host, it does not recognise option key (alt) like the meta key. I ...
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Shift+Up isn't recognized by Emacs in a terminal

Very often I use Shift+Up/Down to select a region in Emacs. It works fine in GUI mode, but when emacs is invoked with -nw option I can select lines only with Shift+Down. The Shift+Up doesn't work, I ...
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How to use a Mac's Command key as a Control key?

I'm new to Emacs, and am using a Mac. I want the Mac command key to act as a control key for Emacs. How do I do that? I tried (setq mac-command-modifier 'control). Besides, how do I find key ...
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Custom C-M-; key binding

I have a custom comment-dwim-line command that I want to bind to the key combination C-M-; (in other words, control, meta and ; buttons pressed simultaneously). The built-in comment-dwim command is ...

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