When closing emacs, if I have unsaved buffers its a long process of having to read the questions (at first the logic is 'n' to not save and exit), then it changes to must type
yes. Ideally there would be no 2nd question where one has to type out
no (it is redundant).
So I am trying to make it exit straight away with no questions (less ideal) with these lines in
;; Dont ask to save when quitting (setq confirm-kill-processes nil)
But nothing of the behavior has changed. I still get asked all the same questions. If I read the help on the variable I can confirm its value has been changed to
confirm-kill-processes is a variable defined in ‘files.el’. Its value is nil Original value was t Documentation: Non-nil if Emacs should confirm killing processes on exit. If this variable is nil, the value of ‘process-query-on-exit-flag’ is ignored. Otherwise, if there are processes with a non-nil ‘process-query-on-exit-flag’, Emacs will prompt the user before killing them. You can customize this variable. This variable was introduced, or its default value was changed, in version 26.1 of Emacs.