Commit 335b1952 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman

M-ESC => M-:

parent 828e66d1
......@@ -205,17 +205,16 @@ a command that you don't want to finish.
If you have typed an <ESC> by mistake, you can get rid of it
with a C-g.
If you type <ESC> <ESC>, you get a new window appearing on
the screen, telling you that M-ESC is a "disabled command"
and asking whether you really want to execute it. The command
M-ESC is marked as disabled because you probably don't want to
use it until you know more about Emacs, and we expect it would
confuse you if it were allowed to go ahead and run. If you really
want to try the M-ESC command, you could type a Space in answer
to the question and M-ESC would go ahead. Normally, if you do
not want to execute M-ESC, you would type "n" to answer the question.
>> Type <ESC> <ESC>, then type n.
If you type <ESC> : then you get a new window appearing on the screen,
telling you that M-: is a "disabled command" and asking whether you
really want to execute it. The command M-: is marked as disabled
because we expect it would confuse beginners and you probably don't
want to use it until you know more about Emacs. If you really want to
try the M-: command, you could type a Space in answer to the question,
and M-: would go ahead. Normally, if you do not want to execute M-:,
you would type "n" to answer the question.
>> Type <ESC> :, then type n.
* WINDOWS
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