Entering hardcore-mode will disable arrow keys, backspace and return.
- Use C-f/b/p/n instead of right/left/up/down
- Use C-h instead of backspace
- Use C-m or C-j instead of return
To use C-h instead of backspace, you might need to redefine C-h:
;; Use shell-like backspace C-h, rebind help to F1 (define-key key-translation-map [?\C-h] [?\C-?]) (global-set-key (kbd "<f1>") 'help-command)
If hardcore-mode is too hardcore for you, you can add these before you require the mode:
(setq too-hardcore-backspace t) (setq too-hardcore-return t) (require 'hardcore-mode) (global-hardcore-mode)
These are the settings I am using at the time. Still not hardcore enough. ^^
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