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Epsilon User's Manual and Reference
   Changes from Older Versions
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      EEL Programming Changes in Epsilon 11
         New EEL Primitives and Subroutines in Epsilon 11
         Changes to EEL Primitives and Subroutines in Epsilon 11
      New Features in Epsilon 10
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         Features in Epsilon 10 for Unix
         Windows Integration in Epsilon 10
         New CUA Keyboard Support in Epsilon 10
      Enhanced Features in Epsilon 10
         Dired Enhancements in Epsilon 10
         Searching & Navigation in Epsilon 10
         Grep and Multifile Searching in Epsilon 10
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         Other Changes in Epsilon 10
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Epsilon User's Manual and Reference > Changes from Older Versions > New Features in Epsilon 10 >

New CUA Keyboard Support in Epsilon 10

 CUA Binding  Epsilon Binding  Command Name
 Ctrl-A  Ctrl-X H  mark-whole-buffer
 Ctrl-C  Alt-W  copy-region
 Ctrl-F  Ctrl-S  incremental-search
 Ctrl-H  Alt-R  query-replace
 Ctrl-N    new-file
 Ctrl-O  Ctrl-X Ctrl-F  find-file
 Ctrl-P  Alt-F9  print-buffer
 Ctrl-V  Ctrl-Y  yank ("paste")
 Ctrl-W ...  Ctrl-X ...  (prefix key: see below)
 Ctrl-X  Ctrl-W  kill-region ("cut")
 Ctrl-Z  F9  undo
 Alt-A  Ctrl-Z  scroll-up
 Alt-Z  Alt-Z  scroll-down
 Alt-O  Ctrl-X H  mark-paragraph
 <Escape>  Ctrl-G  abort
 F3  Ctrl-S Ctrl-S  search-again
 <Home>  Ctrl-A  beginning-of-line
 <End>  Ctrl-E  end-of-line

In CUA emulation mode, Epsilon recognizes most of the key combinations commonly used in Windows programs. Other keys retain their usual Epsilon function.

To enable this emulation, press Alt-x, then type cua-keyboard and press <Enter>. Use Alt-x epsilon-keyboard <Enter> to return to the default Epsilon key assignments.

Various Alt-letter key combinations not mentioned in the figure invoke menu items (for example, Alt-F displays the File menu in CUA mode, though it doesn't in Epsilon's native configuration).

Many commands in Epsilon are two-key combinations starting with Ctrl-X. In CUA mode, use Ctrl-W instead of Ctrl-X. For example, the command delete-blank-lines is normally on Ctrl-X Ctrl-O, but in CUA emulation you would type Ctrl-W Ctrl-O.



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