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Re: A modern-mode?
Re: A modern-mode?
Tue, 15 Sep 2020 18:47:41 +0000
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/26.3 (gnu/linux)
Gregory Heytings <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> 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.
> The problem of "modern-mode" is that, as the traffic on this list
> during the last days has shown, different people have different ideas
> of what "modern" is, and might want to turn each feature on or off.
> Some might want a dark theme and others not, some might want tabs and
> others not, and so forth. So it is better to give something more
> refined than a binary modern/non-modern choice.
> 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.
I agree with Drew that these are two different (IMO interesting)
If (as suggested) the modern-mode becomes a modern-theme this is
effectively like a new set of defaults that can be easily toggled, and
if the user wants later on refined and re-configured.
I hope to see both features coming to fruition as they are not
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 <=
- 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