I want a "default directory" which is constant across all contexts
(buffers, packages, etc). That is, when working on multiple files,
opening a new terminal, doing anything which requires a starting
I try to set a default path for opening a file via C-x C-f by adding the following to my .emacs:
(setq default-directory "~/some_dir/")
However, after I launch Emacs in some directory, the find-file ...
When opening a new file of certain types, I would like some boilerplate to be inserted. That is, when opening a buffer for a file that does not yet exist, insert some predefined text, optionally with ...
I use ido-mode, but one thing I hate about it is that after C-x C-f I cannot use up/down keys to cycle through recently opened files, as it used to be for example with iswitchb. How can I set ido to ...
My .emacs file contains multiple file names as,
Is there a way any library, gives way for me ...
I've got a couple dozen org files that I'd like to have loaded at once. They're in a directory structure something like this:
I opened Emacs, and executed C-x C-f. A beep sounded and the following message appeared in the status line:
Wrong type argument: commandp, counsel-find-file
All I wanted was to open an existing file....
So I wanted to basically copy the current selection, then yanking it into find-file, as when using:
C-x C-f: find-file
While that works great, I ...