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Re: menu selection and enter key

"Virginia Mann" wrote:
> When I use the line (thanks Oliver and Andrey!)
> bindkey -M menuselect '^M' .accept-line
> It causes my enter key to do what I want it to do (execute immediately 
> instead of making me hit <enter> twice), so I put it in my .zshrc.
> But when I first start up a new zsh, and .zshrc is sourced the first time, 
> this line fails with the error: "no such keymap `menuselect'".

If you are using the new completion system with the styles set for menu
selection, move this line after the call to compinit, since the
completion system will load the libraries for you.

Otherwise, put
  zmodload -i zsh/complist
just before it.  The -i stops it complaining if you re-source .zshrc.

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