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Re: usability problem of emacs describe-mode

From: address@hidden
Subject: Re: usability problem of emacs describe-mode
Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2009 00:44:38 -0800 (PST)
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Hi all!

It turns out that "^L" issue can be nicely resolved using
PrettyControlL minor mode by Drew Adams:

I'm using the following customizations to display a nice, window-wide
line instead of "^L" string:

 '(pp^L-^L-string-function (lambda nil (make-string (1-
(window-width)) (string-to-char " "))))
 '(pp^L-^L-string-pre "")
 '(pretty-control-l-mode t)


 '(pp^L-highlight ((t (:inherit shadow :strike-through t))))

(add-hook 'window-setup-hook
(add-hook 'window-configuration-change-hook


frequently, whenever i read some post by Xah Lee, often am amazed at
what kind absolute idiot created it. And you constantly hear Xah
incessantly discuss and fight about how to improve Emacs usability for
the masses yet going nowhere. Xah Lee, a fat green troll, with his mad
ideas has been around since 1998 with huge experience in Elisp, today,
his Emacs Odyssay 2010 it is still some 0.0000000002% user base. What
a fat ass to ridicule upon.

Andrey Paramonov

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