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alt-invokes-menu: preference variable

Default value: 0

In a typical Windows program, pressing and releasing the Alt key without pressing any other key moves to the menu bar, highlighting its first entry. Set this variable to 1 if you want Epsilon to do this. The variable has no effect on what happens when you press Alt and then press another key before releasing Alt: this will run whatever command is bound to that key. If you want Alt-E, for example, to display the Edit menu, you can bind the command invoke-windows-menu to it.

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