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You can't. There isn't a single class or object that's used to input text in Linux programs. There is on MacOS, but not on Linux.


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The terminal features are not available with all terminals, and may differ with versions of tmux. I see the description cited in tmux 1.6 on Debian 7. Ubuntu 14.04 is a little old, and has tmux 1.8 (same description). The example given in the manual page looks like DECSCUSR, which is supported by xterm starting with patch #252 in 2009. Refer to XTerm ...


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emacs-calfw has google calendar like view. kiwanami/emacs-calfw Install M-x package-install calfw then write configuration to init.el (require 'calfw-org) Usage Display calendar by M-x cfw:open-org-calendar Filter tasks by this configuration. (setq cfw:org-agenda-schedule-args '(:scheduled :sexp :closed :deadline :todo :timestamp)) other documents ...


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C-c C-a then you pick what fits you best: http://orgmode.org/manual/Attachments.html


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Picking up on JFM's answer to a the question How to run emacs in CLI mode under mintty in windows? JFM points out that the native win32 emacs wants to talk to a Windows console window, not to an actual tty (so the error message we see is misleading, the opposite of what it states is the problem!) The two immediate options I'm thinking about is Remove the ...


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stty susp CHAR You might need quoting that char with "ctrl-V", e.g. to change it into ctrl-K, you have to type ctrl-V, ctrl-K, usually represented with a circumflex for "ctrl": stty susp ^V^K There is no feedback on the screen when you type ctrl-V. Verify with "stty -a" to see what is assigned then. The shift key itself cannot be used as suspend ...


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I experienced this exact problem randomly starting last week on Ubuntu 15.04 (vivid). My current emacs version is 24.4.1 (I use the Ubuntu package). I have a clocktable at the top of my todo.org, and I found that removing it temporarily fixed this problem for me.


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If Chrome is configured as your default desktop browser you may be able to launch it using xdg-open by putting (setq browse-url-browser-function 'browse-url-generic browse-url-generic-program "gnome-open") in your .emacs.


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While the answer above is quite satisfactory, I think the question really is that whereas right-clicking the gnome-terminal icon in unity shows a menu option called "New Terminal", which allows more terminals to be generated, the same does not occur on right-clicking the "Emacs" icon on Unity. To allow this also for emacs requires editing the file ...


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I need a minimal emacs 24 installation for distribution in a virtual box. When I try to install emacs ... I know the feeling... When I install emacs-nox it can be over 100 MB. That's not acceptable for some resource constrained devices, like a BeagleBoard or Banana Pro that's only got a few hundred MB of free storage. You can fetch and unpack the ...


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well, I had the same problem using iTerm.. what solved for me was going to preferences > profiles > keys then selecting "normal" on "left option keys acts as" field (also did for right option key). its default was to act as +Esc so whenever i typed it it was sending esc+] signal.


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If you also need C-up and C-down in Terminal.app for Emacs, try adding the following keys under Terminal > Preferences > Profile > some profile > Keyboard: ^↑ \033[1;5A ^↓ \033[1;5B


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In Emacs 25 and probably in some earlier versions, the cleanest way of doing this is as follows: First define: (defun suppress-messages (old-fun &rest args) (cl-flet ((silence (&rest args1) (ignore))) (advice-add 'message :around #'silence) (unwind-protect (apply old-fun args) (advice-remove 'message #'silence)))) Then if ...


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I don't know of any, but something like (defun jump-to-next-same-indent () (interactive) (let ((start-indent (current-indentation))) (while (and (not (bobp)) (zerop (forward-line 1)) (> (current-indentation) start-indent)))) (back-to-indentation)) should work, which you could bind for example to M-p with ...



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