Ooh, I Must Be a Power User

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  • David Ongaro

    I don't understand why you've to be an emacs power user for that. C-t works system wide in Mac OS X and also in readline based command prompts (bash and alike, but also zsh which doesn't even use readline). I know they were inspired by emacs keybindings, but you don't have to know that or know emacs in order to use it. So this is not really an emacs "thingy".

  • jcs

    Sure. It just struck me as funny. His wider point does hold, though, I think. The type of person who takes the trouble to internalize C-t, no matter in which program, is the type of person who cares about his tools and takes the trouble to learn to use them well.