The Modernization of Emacs: terminology buffer and keybinding
david.golden at oceanfree.net
Sat Jun 23 00:29:44 CEST 2007
> You end up having to memorize the help, because *you can't
> have arbitrary parts of the help and your document open side by side
> and be working on the document*.
WTF? Of course you can. http://oldr.net/emacs_two_frames.png
> I don't know why people keep harping about what version.
Perhaps because essentially none of the crap you're spouting corresponds
to remotely recent versions of emacs they're are aware of. I'd be
increasingly dubious much applies to any previous versions either.
If everyone had such bizarre problems you describe yourself as having
with emacs, well, nobody would be using it. That is clearly not the
case. Of course, no one's pointing a gun at you and making you use it,
either - if you like notepad or joe or whatever, just use them instead.
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