Escape Meta Alt Control Shift (Command Option)
(Of course, this stops alt-3 working as the hash key, but a quick
(defun mac-insert-hash () "Insert a hash / octothorp character" (interactive) (insert-char ?# 1)) (define-key global-map "\M-3" 'mac-insert-hash)sorts that out.)
Of course, this doesn't work with the arcane (insane?) complexities of X11 selections/clipboards/cut buffers/whatever. Once upon a time I even had to understand all the nonsense in the ICCCM and get it to work with the rest of the known universe, but thankfully all of that has since faded from my brain.
I also figured out the problem with
default path was picking up the version that matched the
pre-installed terminal-only Emacs, not the full Mac OS X build.
Changing my edit script to use
/Applications/Emacs.app/Contents/MacOS/bin/emacsclient --no-wait $*sorts that out. I got a bit confused in the process of sorting this out, because it looks like the
emacsserverstuff doesn't run as a separate process (at least, nothing other than the main Emacs program shows up in