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The first place I would check would be if it provides similar features to xterm (which can do this). In a quick check, iTerm2 does not implement any of xterm's controls for coloring the cursor. But (quoting from its documentation) iTerm2 supports a cursor-coloring feature (as an option) which (like xterm) does what you want: To tune smart cursor color ...


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AFAIK it is not possible out of the box since you would have to use an additional file to store that information. What I did instead is setting the org-startup-folded variable to nil so to start unfolded, which I think is a better default. See C-h v org-startup-folded.


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Those files are not specific to Emacs-23, so they'll be reinstalled when you install emacs24. Furthermore, you can have both emacs23 and emacs24 installed at the same time, without any conflict. I actually have emacs20, emacs21, emacs22, emacs23, and emacs24 all installed here at the same time.


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My understanding of the situation is that the Emacs that comes with Cygwin's emacs package runs inside the terminal, and to have Emacs be separate from the terminal, or to have multiple Emacs frames, you need to install the emacs-w32 package. After you do that, everything should just work. You'll also get image and PDF support for Emacs. There's also the ...


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jmq has the right idea, the issue is because emacs looks in ~/ directories to find your .emacs file and your installed scripts. His suggestion of sudo -s, if it works, is the simplest, but there's a good chance it won't work. The problem is really a matter of how your sudoers is setup. The sudoers is likely setup to reset your environment, which means ...


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In Emacs 25, you can suppress minibuffer messages by binding inhibit-message to a non-nil value: (let ((inhibit-message t)) (message "Listen to me, you!"))


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use dpkg-query -S /some/file... to find which package owns the file, then remove that package, if there is one.


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"What is the Caret-At (^@)?" It is a null character (control-@, or ASCII 0) which emacs displays as ^@. "Why is it only showing up on the first line?" Because cryptest outputs them at this point. Source 14.19 How Text Is Displayed Most characters are printing characters: when they appear in a buffer, they are displayed literally on the screen. ...


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rpm -e --nodeps emacsclient this'll probably break emacs, as @lawlist mentioned.



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