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Re: Emacs (newbie, help)

From: Peter Dyballa
Subject: Re: Emacs (newbie, help)
Date: Thu, 19 Mar 2009 10:48:35 +0100

Am 18.03.2009 um 20:54 schrieb Efren Bravo:

- I like the reserved words green and bold: int, float, double, char, void, return etc...

Invoke M-x describe-text-properties RET on any character in such a faulty coloured world and change either the colour of the "face" or choose another face and use it as a new binding. It all can be done with the customisation interface.

- # directive in green color: #include, #pragma, #ifndef, etc...
- Strings in blue color
- Integers and floats in red color

Again, investigate which customisations GNU Emacs offers. M-x list- colors-display RET can give you hints how the name of a colour looks like.

- Actiavte Cut/Copy/Paste (Ctrl+X/Ctrl+C/Ctrl+V) and Undo (Ctrl+Z)

There is a cua called mode I deliberately never use.

- Save (Ctrl+S)

I'd rather change manners! C-s or incremental-search or isearch is too important. (But you can change key bindings. Look into the manual: C-h i m Emacs RET)

- Vertical Scroll Bar on the right side of the windows

How comes that you have it on the wrong side? M-x info-apropos RET scrollbar RET will give you a hypertext menu of documentation on the keyword. You can achieve things for example by:

        (setq default-frame-alist
          (append (list
            '(vertical-scroll-bars . left)
            ) default-frame-alist))

(There are also other means to manipulate default-frame-alist or initial-frame-alist – and of course members!)

Besides, it's mostly useful to read the tutorial: C-h t. Or look into the menus (Options for example, that has "Customize Emacs"), here particularly Help.



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