Commit 8fd6e60a authored by Xue Fuqiao's avatar Xue Fuqiao
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* doc/emacs/macos.texi (Mac / GNUstep Basics): Mention `ns-alternate-modifier'.

parent 65b36413
2013-07-31 Xue Fuqiao <>
* macos.texi (Mac / GNUstep Basics): Mention `ns-alternate-modifier'.
* cal-xtra.texi (Advanced Calendar/Diary Usage): Update menu.
(Mayan Calendar): Move here from calendar.texi.
* emacs.texi (Top): Update menu.
......@@ -40,13 +40,16 @@ Emacs provides a set of key bindings using this modifier key that mimic
other Mac / GNUstep applications (@pxref{Mac / GNUstep Events}). You
can change these bindings in the usual way (@pxref{Key Bindings}).
@c FIXME mention ns-alternate-modifier?
@vindex ns-alternate-modifier
@vindex ns-right-alternate-modifier
The variable @code{ns-right-alternate-modifier} controls the
behavior of the right @key{alt} and @key{option} keys. These keys
behave like the left-hand keys if the value is @code{left} (the
default). A value of @code{control}, @code{meta}, @code{alt},
@code{super}, or @code{hyper} makes them behave like the corresponding
modifier keys; a value of @code{none} tells Emacs to ignore them.
modifier keys; a value to @code{left} means be the same key as
@code{ns-alternate-modifier}; a value of @code{none} tells Emacs to
ignore them.
@kbd{S-Mouse-1} adjusts the region to the click position,
just like @kbd{Mouse-3} (@code{mouse-save-then-kill}); it does not pop
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