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It's not the perfect solution, as I'm still looking for it and coming short... but what you can do is address the problem from a DNS perspective rather than an emacs one. What I mean is, add local DNS entries such as: freenode => <ip address of example.com> whateverrandomserver => <also ip address of example.com> This can be done by ...
I haven't used custom emacs variables like lpr-printer-switch or printer-name. And I'm not sure you can select a different printer than the default from inside emacs. But you can lpstat -p -d # list known printers lpoptions -d PRINTER # change the default printer So you need CUPS properly configured. I usually go to http://localhost:631/. Not sure for ...
How to bind a key sequence to the control key in Iterm2 Download the free application “Key Codes" from the app store. Install it from the link below and then open it. Hit the Ctrl+some key in this case I’ll use Ctrl+w. The code in the red square is the code we want to send to the terminal Now map your key sequence using in iterm, preferences->Keys->+. ...
One possibility is to install muttator (you may want to build a later version), and push Ctrl-i when composing to call the editor. The default editor is gvim, but you can change the default editor by add the following to ~/.muttatorrc (create one if the file does not exist): set editor=your_editor
You can try hippie-expand, which will complete from all your open buffers, picking up words that you use more often.
I am using Emacs 24.5.1 and it is still possible. When you check the spelling of the word under or before the cursor (using M-$ or function ispell-word), you have several options. Select option 'A' to accept the word and place it in a buffer local-dictionary. The latter means you will see the following comment line added to the end of you buffer: # ...
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