Tag Archives: emacs

Wordcount for PDF in Emacs (linux)

Need to do a word count in Emacs? Strangely enough, that’s one thing that is not as easy as one would think. Anyway, if you DO need word count, chances are it’s because your using Latex to write whatever it … Continue reading

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Using Caps Lock as an extra Ctrl in suse 11.2/kde

As I’m using Emacs on a regular basis these days, I’m totally dependent on my left control-key being easy to reach (if you don’t know what I’m talking about, go read about emacs before continuing!). It may sound like a … Continue reading

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Why latex only includes one of your files

Just another quick tip that might help someone save some time and frustration: If when writing in Latex, you try to include one or more finished files into another file and only part of the final documents is generated, check … Continue reading

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Cheat sheet for Emacs

I just made my own minimalistic cheat-sheet for Emacs, with only the most basic and absolutely-necessary commands. The goal was simply to get all the most basic commands up on one page. Feel free to download and use it yourself! … Continue reading

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