; Make C-t acts like C-x, so that C-x is easier to type on dvorak
; (keyboard-translate ?\C-t ?\C-x)
; but this means ALL your C-t keys becomes C-x.
; So, for example, in outline-mode, C-c C-t runs hide-body.
; But now, when you type that, you get C-c C-x instead.
; A better solution is:
; (global-set-key (kbd "C-t") ctl-x-map)
i've been using
(keyboard-translate ?\C-t ?\C-x)
for the past ~5 years or so. In pratice, i never noticed any problem, prob because C-t hardly used as embedded combo in a key sequence, or, when it is used, such commands are often advanced features or not commonly needed.
in fact, the example C-c C-t in outline-mode i only noticed yesterday, as i was browsing emacs 23's News file which is in outline-mode. Other than this, i've not used outline-mode.
I switched to
(global-set-key (kbd "C-t") ctl-x-map)
yesterday, and noticed that it has problems too.
I often do “C-x r l” to get my bookmark list.
So, this means i've been pressing “C-t r l” in the past ~5 years.
But if you are in dired, that no longer works with the new setup. “C-t r” invokes image-dired-delete-tag.