Am 16.05.2012 um 17:49 schrieb Rustom Mody :
That's much faster for me than leaving touch typing position, but
I'd actually recommend the built-in tutorial. It sounds pretty much
like what Josh was asking for.
Just read the emacs startup screen and start from there.
> But you can ignore this nonsense and start there.
I'm perfectly OK with emacs if I knew anything about it. :) I know it's a little OT to ask, but if anyone knows of a slow, to-the-point tutorial for emacs that will cover getting me cool with the keyboard shortcuts, I'm all ears. org-mode looks awesome, but those keyboard shortcuts are *damn* hard to learn.
JoshMost of basic orgmode is available through the menus (org and tbl are the relevant ones)The ones that have a keyboard shortcut have that listed in the menu when and if you feel like learning it.
Yes the builtin tutorial is definitely perverse -- recommending Ctrl-P and Ctrl-N over up and down arrows!! That's much faster for me than leaving touch typing position, but anyway. I'd actually recommend the built-in tutorial. It sounds pretty much like what Josh was asking for. Just read the emacs startup screen and start from there. - Burkhard But you can ignore this nonsense and start there.After that you can ask on gnu.help.emacs and/or the orgmode list (which is very helpful)
Xah Lee has some nice emacs stuff http://xahlee.org/emacs/emacs.html[Hes notorious for other reasons -- ignore that]And of course you can ask me :-)
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