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On Wed, May 16, 2012 at 11:12 PM, Burkhard W=F6lfel wrote:
But the suggestion I got is to use the refcards more.
> Another way is to print out the reference card and keep it
Specifically I recommend the basic emacs card: refcard.pdf and then the
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On Wed, May 16, 2012 at 11:12 PM, Burkhard W=F6l=
fel <email@example.com> wrote:
Am 16.05.2012 um 17:49 schrieb Rustom=
On Wed, May 16, 2012 at 1:15 AM, Jo=
sh Lawrence <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On Sunday, May 13, 2012 at 11:12 AM, Rustom Mody wrote:
I'm perfectly OK with emacs if I knew anything about it. =A0:) =
=A0I know it's a little OT to ask, but if anyone knows of a slow, to-th=
e-point tutorial for emacs that will cover getting me cool with the keyboar=
d shortcuts, I'm all ears. =A0org-mode looks awesome, but those keyboar=
d shortcuts are *damn* hard to learn.
JoshMost of basic orgmode is availa=
ble 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!!=A0 That's much faster for me than leaving touch typing p=
osition, but anyway.=A0
I'd actually recommend the built-in tutorial. It so=
unds pretty much like what Josh was asking for.=A0Just read the emacs startup screen and start from there.=A0
I asked about a good menu-based tutorial on th=
e emacs mailing list.So far, as far as I can see theres none.Bu=
t the suggestion I got is to use the refcards more.