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9 Post-yank Formatting Commands

Once the original message has been yanked into the reply buffer, and sc-cite-original has had a chance to do its thing, a number of useful Supercite commands will be available to you. Since there is wide variety in the keymaps that MUAs set up in their reply buffers, it is next to impossible for Supercite to properly sprinkle its commands into the existing keymap. For this reason Supercite places its commands on a separate keymap, putting this keymap onto a prefix key in the reply buffer. You can customize the prefix key Supercite uses by changing the variable sc-mode-map-prefix. By default, the sc-mode-map-prefix is C-c C-p; granted, not a great choice, but unfortunately the best general solution so far. In the rest of this chapter, we'll assume you've installed Supercite's keymap on the default prefix.