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Sorry about what happens later.

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revised Keep GnuPG credentials cached for entire user session
Incorporate a direct answer to the question
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revised Specify the shell variant in Emacs local variables for the file
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comment Specify the shell variant in Emacs local variables for the file
The sh-set-shell command does the wrong thing: it adds a shebang line, to a file that specifically should not have one.
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comment Specify the shell variant in Emacs local variables for the file
I've submitted a bug report, thanks.
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revised Add more than one keyboard shortcut for an action in GNOME
markup keyboard examples
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revised Specify the shell variant in Emacs local variables for the file
explain Emacs current behaviour
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revised Specify the shell variant in Emacs local variables for the file
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revised Can I make Emacs start in text-terminal mode (no window, like `emacs -nw`) by default?
Make the question title more descriptive
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revised Insert a field at a specific position
update the program version I'm using
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revised Add more than one keyboard shortcut for an action in GNOME
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revised Keep GnuPG credentials cached for entire user session
more explicit request for behaviour I want
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comment Keep GnuPG credentials cached for entire user session
Is this a “you can't do what you're asking” response? It's not clear, since you're talking about limiting the session length or limiting caching time. I want exactly the opposite of that: no arbitrary limit on the cache time or session length.