> > The first time I got in emacs, I could not get
> > out and killed the process from another session :))))) Since
> > then, when I use a piece of software, I first ask: how can one
> > get out of it? ;)
> Why didn't you use the pull down menues?
I suppose it is possible that things hang and they are not accessible.
I've never seen it with emacs, but I don't use emacs much (and then
often -nw). Something I've seen a lot on different platforms though is
that some `invisible emacs' hogs the CPU and the user, unless he does a
ps, doesn't even know it's running.
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