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Re: placeholder for eev-beginner

From: Quiliro Ordóñez
Subject: Re: placeholder for eev-beginner
Date: Wed, 20 Jul 2022 22:05:06 +0000

El 2022-07-19 17:38, Eduardo Ochs escribió:
> On Tue, 19 Jul 2022 at 15:31, Quiliro Ordóñez <> wrote:
>> Hello.  Sorry for not sending to the mailing list on my previous post.
>> I still have the problem that I forget to mark the place where I left
>> the (find-eev-quick-intro). I know the way by which I can make a link to
>> the place where I am at the moment and use it to open the file at the
>> same place some time later.  Is there a way to place this link on the
>> (find-eev-quick-intro) generated file?
> Hi Quiliro,
> this is going to be a very short answer because I am in the middle of a
> long sequence of horribly busy days...
> What you need is explained in this video:
>     (find-1stclassvideo-links "2021workshop4")
>   Title: Invisible text (workshop 2021-dec-04)
>   Play:  (find-2021workshop4video "0:00")
>   Index:
> At this moment that video doesn't have subtitles and its index is a
> stub with only one entry, and I won't be able to fix that in the next
> two weeks.
> You will need to create a personal, private, draft-ish index for it.
> It will look like this:
>   (find-2021workshop4video "0:00")
>   (find-2021workshop4video "1:23" "Here foo happens")
>   (find-2021workshop4video "2:34" "Here bar is explained - WATCH AGAIN")
>   (find-2021workshop4video "3:45" "Boring part")
> To create a new line in your index you will have to duplicate an
> existing line with your favorite keys for copy and paste, then edit
> both the timestamp and the comment by hand, and then run M-e on the
> newly created line to check that it points to the right place.
> Please do that. It will be much easier to help you if we can
> communicate by exchanging sexp hyperlinks, and you will probably find
> hyperlinks to positions in a video much easier to create by hand than
> hyperlinks to sections of an intro...
>   Hope that helps =/,
>     E.

Thank you for your response.  I have read many of your tutorials in all
this time.

My question was not about how to create hyperlinks.  That is crealy
explained by
and other tutorials.  My question was about how to use the generated
hyperlinks in the following way, for example:
I am reading
and I would like to remember where I left off.  So I create the
following hyperlink
# (find-escripts-intro"3. Sharing")
But since (find-escripts-intro) is generated every time, I cannot paste
the link at the top of that buffer for next Emacs startup and I am
forced to place it on the ~/TODO file.

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