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Regular Emacs

02.10.2018 10:00

Over the last few months I have been wondering how it is like to use regular Emacs. So, when I changed jobs I decided to give regular emacs a shot because I would not use any of my personal machines for work stuff.

Using regular Emacs is unlike anything else. It is very powerful and verbose, and it takes a really long time to get into it. But it was not that hard to get the basics into the fingers (quitting, opening files and saving files). I’m still in the “how the fuck was that again?” phase. But I like this a lot better than I liked evil. The reason is that everything feels way faster without it. This will be a long journey, and expect a lot of emacs posts in the future .

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The left shift key on the MacBook keyboard.

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As I have been typing on this Happy Hacking Keyboard, I have been thinking a lot about why I hate the modern Apple keyboards, parts of it is key travel. But the thing I really hate about them is that the shift key is too small. That shift key is a large part of why I type way more wrong than I do on any other keyboard.

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