> Eric S Fraga <address@hidden
>> On Sun, 18 Apr 2010 11:07:32 -0300, Daniel Martins <address@hidden
>>> --- resending with a proper title ---
>>> Just a suggestion for newbies.
>>> Could you generate a video of MobileOrg Android similar to those of
>>> the MobileOrg Iphone.
>>> I am still open to suggestions of Android smartphones.
>>> If I need to access a remote ssh account and open Emacs, the available
>>> keyborards are OK?
>> I have the same questions! My current mobile phone contract expires
>> in 3 months and I'm looking at upgrading to an Android phone. The
>> current best deal I have found is for the Samsung Galaxy Portal, aka
>> the i5700.  I'm looking at upgrading to replace my Nokia internet
>> tablet (n810) and non-smart phone with one unit. The nokia does a
>> really nice job of running emacs and org-mode, mind you.
>> I'm particularly interested in knowing how the different handsets
>> approach the keying in of keys like C-x, M-x, TAB, et al.
> +1 on this. I had almost decided on the Motorola Milestone (Droid) but
> would love to hear others experiences. Using org-mode in a term emacs is
> not ideal because a lot of shift/arrow/fn chords dont work in the terminals
> I tried (xterm, urxvt etc) and so doubt they will on a mobile device
> either : so my hard core usage of only emacs -nw inside urxvt and tmux
> soon dwindled and I'm back to using emacs in X. The only problem I now
> have is not being to find a way to use ONE x frame with emacsclient
> being able to create it if its not already done (I bet I've missed
> something obvious but emacsclient -c always creates a new frame and
> emacsclient wont create it if its not already there on my emacs).
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