Since it’s no big deal for Linux users to use xwidget-webkit browser inside Emacs, it’s something that Emacs users on macOS has dreamed about for a really long time. Now that it’s possible for us as well. You can just install the latest HEAD version of emacs with brew, with a note: The official emacsContinue reading “A browser in your Emacs (macOS)”
Apparently I have no idea what’s I’m doing… https://www.dropbox.com/sh/rbuhbeo6pmtdsu5/AABp3OdTtmaWHdXW-CWIDxE6a?dl=0
Taking a break when you’re stucking with a tough problem, and find something else to improve instead.
I’ve been using doom-modeline for a while, it was great but I still want it more simpler. So I rolled my own mode-line.
One of the features of TMK/QMK firmware is the KC_LOCK key, when you hold a key, and press KC_LOCK, that key become persistent even if you release it. Just like the caps lock key.
I’m working on building a 40% keyboard which has a 12×4 layout, and the firmware for now just need to support one key at a time…
With the help of prettify-symbols-mode, you can make your Emacs displaying org-mode checkboxes as a real Unicode symbols, instead of a boring text.
Give you Emacs a more fancy look by adding a buffer specific background color.
One of the main reason I switched from ZSH to Fish is the ability of highlighting command output and the relative small autocomplete, which don’t lag your computer down when you have a few hundreds results like zsh.
I have to work in a dark room sometimes during the night, so I have the screen brightness set to nearly zero. And it’s a PITA to see what on the screen with a dark color scheme such as tomorrow-night. Time like this, the light scheme is way better, I find that solarized-light is one of the best.