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I've noticed that once

$ emacs -nw
is called, the usual emacs menu appears on the upper part of the terminal.

QUESTION

How does one use that menu?

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Emacs gives a handy intro which mentions this, if you start it without loading a file. If you always give a filename on the command-line, you won't see it. Here's how to use it:

Activate menubar F10 or ESC or M-

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Thank you! it worked with the F10 key. However, the system also understand this as a mouse Right-click. :-P I guess is an Ubuntu issue. – Dox Oct 31 '12 at 18:38

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