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Aquamacs use 'command' button in shortcut


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I'm using aquamacs and I'd like to know how to create a shortcut key using the special mac 'command' button.

I'd like to set 'command'-k to function the same way as the regular ctrl-k emacs shortcut does (kill line).

Thanks for your help!
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