Emacs, and consequently Emacspeak, uses a number of multi-key
sequences. The initial key that makes up such a multi-key
sequence --- AKA the
that leads to all Emacspeak commands is
prefix-key followed by the
C-h) results in Emacs
displaying a *Help* buffer that lists all
key-sequences beginning with that prefix.
This can be a very useful way of quickly seeing what keyboard
commands are available --- as the resulting listing is
shorter than what is produced by
C-h b (command
describe-bindings) which lists all key-bindings.
To use this feature to review Emacspeak's
key-bindings, I have now moved command
from its original key-binding of
C-e C-h --- the
change is checked into CVS.