Hmm, #emacs ivy doesn't seem to want to actually kill buffers... I can kill them in buffer-menu, but they show up when ivy takes over kill-buffer...
I might revert back to ido.
TIL about Tramp's multi-connect.
C-x C-f /ssh:firstname.lastname@example.org|sudo:host.tld:/path/to/file
You can even chain ssh if you want to hop through a bastion to your server.
#Emacs is the best.
I will have you, one day, my precious...
Of course #Emacs has a epub reader package. Of course it's by wasamasa.
I'm not even sure why I doubted it.
Now I added emacsclient -nc "$1" to my rifle.conf and can open my ebooks.
I sincerely hope this is a bad shitpost:
For some reason, #emacs is not recogizing when I try to type a capital x ("X")... no other applications have this problem....
Learning about #Emacs defalias (for quicker M-x commands), Abbrev mode, which I've used in the past to help correct my chronic misspellings and Skeletons, which are pretty freaking sweet.
Huh... M+<Tab> on my Chromebook (and thus, Ubuntu) in #Emacs activates ispell-complete-word. I know I didn't set that up -- wonder if it's a configuration from Ubuntu, or just something that was in 25.x
Use ido to browse eshell's history. What a small and nice function:
Mastodon people got me thinking about trying out EXWM. Not sure if I’m willing to dive in, but #emacs is amazing.
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