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Re: Changing Startup Key

dont use setq. 
(global-set-key <my-key>  'emacspeak-prefix-command)
If you absolutely *want* to free up C-e from being the emacspeak
then do a 
(global-set-key "\C-e" 'end-of-line)
to get its default meaning.

>>>>> "Robert" == Robert D Crawford <rdc1x@comcast.net> writes:
    Robert> Steve Holmes <steve@holmesgrown.com> writes:
    >> OK, I looked over that info page but am still confused.
    >> It mentions a variable, not a keymap.
    Robert> It is, in fact, a variable.
    >> I tried variants of global-setkey but to no avail.  A
    >> couple times, I got an error saying non prefix assigned or
    >> something.  I also tried doing a (setq "M-s" to the
    >> variable emacspeak-prefix) but the variable got updated
    >> but no key assignment.
    Robert> I did the same thing with setq.  This is, I believe,
    Robert> how it should be done.  I did it in a running emacs
    Robert> session and am not sure why it did not work.  I had a
    Robert> look at the source file that sets the variable and
    Robert> here is what I found:
    Robert> (defvar emacspeak-prefix "\C-e" "Default prefix key
    Robert> used for emacspeak. ")
    Robert> (global-set-key emacspeak-prefix
    Robert> 'emacspeak-prefix-command)
    Robert> ;;; fix what we just broke:- (define-key
    Robert> emacspeak-keymap "e" 'end-of-line) (define-key
    Robert> emacspeak-keymap "\C-e" 'end-of-line)
    Robert> I did cut a bit of source here but the lines are very
    Robert> close.
    Robert> What I did, but did not work:
    Robert> I did a setq on the emacspeak-prefix and then
    Robert> evaluated the global-set-key command.  This seemed to
    Robert> make it so that _both_ prefixes were active (in my
    Robert> case, both C-e and C-a).
    Robert> I was hoping that this would be the quick fix as I
    Robert> had to leave.  This was not the case so I had to exit
    Robert> and restart emacs to get back a correctly working
    Robert> session.  (there is probably a better way but I did
    Robert> not have time to search it out.)
    Robert> Sorry I was not of help.  I am really behind right
    Robert> now and cannot search out anything else.  Maybe
    Robert> someone else on list will see your plight and give
    Robert> their advice.
    Robert> Again, I am sorry I was not much help, rdc -- Robert
    Robert> D. Crawford rdc1x@comcast.net
    Robert> We all dream of being the darling of everybody's
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