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An alternative, if you have a fairly recent pinentry/gpg2 (tested with 0.9.7 and 2.1.11 respectively on Arch Linux), is to use http://elpa.gnu.org/packages/pinentry.html. Install pinentry from M-x list-packages, then put allow-emacs-pinentry in your .gnupg/gpg-agent.conf and put (setenv "INSIDE_EMACS" (format "%s,comint" emacs-version)) ...


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Breeze themes for GTK (and therefore EMACS) are broken by today (2016-04-24). But there are many color-themes for emacs already. Try Whiteboard. It really fits in with Breeze. I didn't look for something to match Breeze-Dark though.


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According to the Emacs wiki, the recommended TERM setting for ansi-term is "eterm-color". That terminal description is provided by ncurses; you probably would have to use the package with the complete terminfo database for platforms which make a distinction, e.g., Debian with ncurses-base and ncurses-term. The eterm-color description provides 16 colors, ...


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You will have to use TeX editors to get math symbols & formatting of symbols right. Emacs have packages which can be used to achieve the same. If you wish to consider another editor, go for Texmaker. List of Latex symbols : List of LaTex symbols Refer : recommended-font-for-math-symbols


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You can use highlight-lines-matching-regexp and save settings within the same file (with hi-lock-write-interactive-patterns and hi-lock-find-patterns as described here). Or you can define your own syntax highlighting if it's worth the trouble.


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I cannot provide proof of any kind, but Ctrl-P and Ctrl-N belong to the emacs key bindings, in contrast to vi bindings (bindkey -e vs. bindkey -v). Under this premise, you should look for an explanation in emacs itself. emacs' tutorial tells There are several ways you can do this. You can use the arrow keys, but it's more efficient to keep your ...


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I had the same issue as the original poster. I want EasyPG to save files with a .asc extension in ASCII-armored ciphertext, not binary. There's some good info in the responses, but none was complete enough to solve the OP's issue. I think I solved it with the following configuration. (epa-file-enable) (setq epa-file-name-regexp ...


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As a general rule, the control modifier acts on the ASCII characters by removing all by the last 5 bits. That maps several different characters into the 0..31 range used for ASCII control characters. Based on that rule, one would expect these to map into 031, using the control modifier: 037 31 1F US (unit separator) 077 63 3F ? 137 95 ...


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In addition for dtach, which has already been mentioned, there is http://www.brain-dump.org/projects/abduco


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dtach is a wafer-thin terminal session manager, now forked on github, or doubtless easily installed via the ports or package system for your operating system. (Of historical interest may also be the dislocate example script distributed with expect.)



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