# Tag Archives: Emacs

## Frame Peek

As part of his Emacs mini manual series, tuhdo introduces an interesting idea for quickly looking at, say, a function definition. There are lots of ways of doing that, of course, and tuhdo isn’t advocating any particular one or eve … Continue reading

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Here’s a useful reminder from Wilfred Hughes: M-x imenu: lists all the functions, classes and top-level variables in a file. Great for getting an overview, or for jumping around. Works in pretty much every language too! pic.twitter.com/kibmFD2y8N — Ⓔ Command … Continue reading

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## Typesetting the TeX and LaTeX Symbols with Org Mode

After writing yesterday’s post, I poked around a bit on Higham’s site looking at some of his recent posts. I’m glad I did because I discovered that something I’ve wanted to do is possible. Occasionally I want to typeset the … Continue reading

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## Tweets on Emacs and Org Mode

Nick Higham, whom I’ve mentioned before (1, 2), is a Mathematician and Emacs user. He also, apparently, is like me in that he likes collecting odd bits of information and data. One bit of data that he likes to collect … Continue reading

## König 36: A Third Way of Setting and Tracking Goals

Rainer König is back with a followup to his previous video on setting and tracking goals that I wrote about a week ago. This time he approaches the task using hierarchial tags. With hierarchial tags, you give a set of … Continue reading

## I Am Not Worthy

I used to feel pretty snug when I got up to around 100 open buffers in Emacs. Not anymore: Closing down an #emacs with 510 open buffers. I think that doubles my last record. @EmacsRocks @EmacsReddit — Mike Schaeffer (@mschaef_ectw) … Continue reading

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## Org 9.1.5

Over the holidays, Bastien Guerry announced a new Org mode version: 9.1.5: #emacs #orgmode 9.1.5, a bugfix release, is out. Merry chrismas and happy hacking! — Bastien Guerry (@bzg2) December 24, 2017 Another nice Christmas gift from the folks in … Continue reading

## Zamansky 39: mbsync and mu4e

Speaking of Christmas gifts, Mike Zamansky has just posted the latest video in his Using Emacs series. This time he talks about setting up mbsync and mu4e to handle his email. I went through that same exercise and can testify … Continue reading