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Re: placeholder for eev-beginner
Re: placeholder for eev-beginner
Thu, 21 Jul 2022 00:51:12 +0000
El 2022-07-20 19:01, Eduardo Ochs escribió:
> On Wed, 20 Jul 2022 at 19:06, Quiliro Ordóñez <email@example.com> wrote:
>> El 2022-07-19 17:38, Eduardo Ochs escribió:
>> > On Tue, 19 Jul 2022 at 15:31, Quiliro Ordóñez <firstname.lastname@example.org> 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: http://angg.twu.net/.emacs.videos.html#2021workshop4
>> > 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.
> Hi Quiliro,
> Well, things that are to be preserved between sessions have to be
> saved in files... intro buffers are sandboxes and don't have files
> associated to them, so we can't save things in intro buffers. I use my
> ~/TODO for all kinds of messy notes that haven't been categorized yet,
> so for me it is natural to save links "that I will want to open in the
> next session" at the end of my ~/TODO...
Thank you for the confirmation and thank you for developing eev.