|Subject:||Re: Emacs User Friendliness Question/Hope|
|Date:||Fri, 16 Jul 2010 19:41:32 -0600|
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The lowest level (default?) could enable features that are common among other editors/IDEs, e.g. CUA. Increasing levels could "unlock" more and more "Emacs-ness" up to the point of where you get what everybody would consider the "true" Emacs in all its glory.
I believe that Cream, a Vim clone with a self-proclaimed "modern configuration" (http://cream.sourceforge.net/home.html), does something similar.
Imho, this could help ease new users into the Emacs world, without alienating the existing longtime users.
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