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bind-to-key

Put a named command on a key.  F4

This command prompts you for the name of a command, then for a key. Thereafter, pressing that key runs that command.

Certain keys like <Backspace> have both a generic interpretation (Ctrl-H) and a specific one. If you press one of these keys, Epsilon will ask which binding you want to make. Select the generic one unless you want each way of typing the generic key (such as Ctrl plus H, versus the <Backspace> key) to perform a different function.

More info:

Binding Commands (General)
Bindings
Customizing the Mouse
name-kbd-macro



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