use word wrap
M-x visual-line-modeEmacs displays long lines by truncation
How it feels to use VIM as an Emacs user.
I cringe whenever I’m told to use nano, not gonna lie…
The people who brought you
man tmuxdecided to throw in, as a bonus, the perfect sparse intro to
vikeyboard shortcuts versus
Function vi emacs Back to indentation ^ M-m Bottom of history G M-< Clear selection Escape C-g Copy selection Enter M-w Cursor down j Down Cursor left h Left Cursor right l Right Cursor to bottom line L Cursor to middle line M M-r Cursor to top line H M-R Cursor up k Up Delete entire line d C-u Delete/Copy to end of line D C-k End of line $ C-e Go to line : g Half page down C-d M-Down Half page up C-u M-Up Jump forward f f Jump to forward t Jump backward F F Jump to backward T Jump again ; ; Jump again in reverse , , Next page C-f Page down Next space W Next space, end of word E Next word w Next word end e M-f Paste buffer p C-y Previous page C-b Page up Previous word b M-b Previous space B Quit mode q Escape Rectangle toggle v R Scroll down C-Down or C-e C-Down Scroll up C-Up or C-y C-Up Search again n n Search again in reverse N N Search backward ? C-r Search forward / C-s Start of line 0 C-a Start selection Space C-Space Top of history g M-> Transpose chars xp C-t
Org mode is for keeping notes, maintaining TODO lists, doing project planning, and authoring with a fast and effective plain-text system.
(if (fboundp 'scroll-bar-mode) (scroll-bar-mode -1)) (if (fboundp 'tool-bar-mode) (tool-bar-mode -1)) (if (fboundp 'menu-bar-mode) (menu-bar-mode -1))
in you .emacs turns off scroll- tool- and menu-bar:
also item 5 is a great idea:
One of the most powerful things about Emacs is its ability to swiftly generate a new buffer that isn’t associated with a file or process. Once you get used to using this technique, you’ll sorely miss the functionality in other editors and applications. To create a temp buffer, just switch to it! Ctrl-x b invokes the command switch-to-buffer, and you just type in adsflj or whatever comes out of drumming on the keyboard. Instantly you’ve got yourself a scratchpad,
some programmers use sed: http://wactbprot.tumblr.com/post/15082694100/lol-3-80-vim-5-emacs-user-im-saal-war
80% vim & 5% emacs user im Saal …
… war wirklich lustig!
There are times in life, when a person has a valid moral rights to say loudly and confidently “Type this function declaration for me, you terrible machine!”. Sometimes, it just feels reassuring that a terrible machine is capable of responding to such a claim, even though with some configuration…
What a marvelous thing it is, when typing an innocent character like
[ " ](a string literal quoting delimiter in most programming languages) makes the rest of the text blink in different colors like it’s a dancing ASCII fairy.
No, it’s not marvelous, it’s incredibly annoying. That’s why I’ve…