Posted on January 2020
I use Emacs mostly in Org mode for note taking.
C-x RIGHT switch buffer C-w Cut (same as Ctrl-X in Windows) M-w Copy (same as Ctrl-C in Windows) C-y Paste (same as Ctrl-V in Windows) C-k Cut until end of line C-x c Exit C-x s Save C-x o View Other window C-x 0 Close THIS window C-x 1 Close all but THIS ONE C-x 2 Split HOR C-x 3 Split VERT C-x c-b Buffer list, then d -> kill, x -> execute) C-x b Buffer switch M-% Search / replace M-s o show all
Entries in ~/.emacs
(setq inhibit-startup-message t) (setq-default indent-tabs-mode nil) (setq inhibit-splash-screen t) (setq ring-bell-function 'ignore) ;; ido mode (setq ido-enable-flex-matching t) (setq ido-everywhere t) (ido-mode 1) (defalias 'list-buffers 'ibuffer) ;; make ibuffer default (require 'package) (add-to-list 'package-archives '("melpa-stable" . "https://stable.melpa.org/packages/")) (package-initialize) (global-set-key (kbd "C-;") 'switch-window) ;; same as C-x o (global-set-key (kbd "C-c w") 'visual-line-mode) ;; handy when working with text files
For great notes and excellent video series to get you going and productive with Emacs - see the website of Mike Zamansky. If he doesn’t cover it, you don’t need it .. for now.
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