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Re: Still no Emacs bindings?
Well why don't you contribute some emacs bindings then?
> I can't strongly second the desire for
> Emacs key bindings enough. After 20
> years of Emacs my fingers can't speak
> anything else. I keep checking back with
> the JEdit site every six months or so
> but I'm loosing hope. :-(