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RE: A modern-mode?
RE: A modern-mode?
Tue, 15 Sep 2020 17:32:38 +0000 (UTC)
> >> I'm biased, but I do not think this is better than the guided tour /
> >> interactive guide proposal that Yuan Fu and me sent a few days ago.
> >> Moreover the guided tour proposal introduces the most important
> >> concepts of Emacs, and explains how to find help, which I believe is
> >> very important if the point is the help people getting (and staying!)
> >> into the Emacs universe.
> > A tour is different from a button to get a set of features.
> Did you have a look at the proposal? I realize that there has been so
> much traffic here that you may have missed it. It combines the two
> aspects: buttons to set a number of features that newcomers might want to
> turn on, and explanations to guide their first steps. Your feedback would
> be most welcome.
A tour with ability to choose stuff on the fly is
still different from a mode for a set of settings
and an interface to "customize" or add to those
The latter lets you turn the mode on/off anytime.
And it lets you "customize" it anytime. Those
things are not mixed in with following a tour.
Letting a tour give you one way to "customize"
such a mode would be fine. But you shouldn't
need to go through a tour to do that.
IOW, they're related, but not the same, I think.
RE: A modern-mode?, Drew Adams, 2020/09/15
Re: A modern-mode?, Göktuğ Kayaalp, 2020/09/15
Re: A modern-mode?, Gregory Heytings, 2020/09/15
Re: A modern-mode?, Andrea Corallo, 2020/09/15
- Re: A modern-mode?, (continued)
Re: A modern-mode?, Arthur Miller, 2020/09/16
Re: A modern-mode?, Alfred M. Szmidt, 2020/09/16
- Re: A modern-mode?, Gregory Heytings, 2020/09/15
- Re: A modern-mode?, Andrea Corallo, 2020/09/15
- Re: A modern-mode?, Gregory Heytings, 2020/09/16
- Re: A modern-mode?, Dmitry Gutov, 2020/09/16
- Re: A modern-mode?, Göktuğ Kayaalp, 2020/09/16
- Re: A modern-mode?, João Távora, 2020/09/16