using version 3.08 under win 2000 sp4.
i'll ask timidly for this tweak, even though it's possible than i'm
the only user who will benefit from it.
in emacs, and in most other applications when using xkeymacs, when the
cursor is at the beginning of a line, the first control-K kills the
text from the line and a second control-K kills the newline (removes
the blank line).
i am still using an old version of ms developer studio. help/about
does not have any specific version info; it does say "copyright
1994-95 microsoft corporation". it came with microsoft fortran
powerstation 4.0, and i still use it for fortran programming.
the behavior of control-K is not quite right in this of version of
developer studio. (it is fine in more current versions.)
with the cursor at the beginning of a line, the first control-K
correctly kills the text, but the second and repeated control-Ks do
not remove the blank line.
control-D *does* kill the newline, and apparently control-K *is*
copying the newline into the kill ring, because control-Y yanks back
not only the text but also one newline for each second and subsequent
this is only a minor annoyance, and fixing it probably won't help
anyone but me. still, xkeymacs works so well in all other
circumstances that i thought i'd mention it, in case a fix might not
be too hard.