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Yes, works on the M1 Macs. However, it does also require that you override the security preferences regarding app identity when you have downloaded and installed the package, immediately after running it. Run the application. When you get the error about the app not being signed by an identified developer, immediately open System ...


Yes. The Emacs from works in GUI mode on the Mac M1. It is running in x86 emulation mode, not native ARM mode, but it works. I plan to try some of the other versions later (Mitsuharu's version, homebrew version, nativecomp version) but since this one works I'm going to use it for now.


This is simple: set the Cmd key as Meta and let Alt key as Alt in your init.el file - use these: (setq ns-alternate-modifier 'alt ns-command-modifier 'meta ns-function-modifier 'hyper ns-right-alternate-modifier nil) ;; Act as AltGR, for "|" Take care of right Alt, it may be ...


This looks like a standard case for exec-path-from-shell. Essentially, the emacs environment is dependent on where it was started from (e.g. GUI app vs terminal vs daemon, etc.) This package loads your real shell and copies the values into emacs.


You can use this repository [1] and install Emacs using brew. I think the README is self-explanatory. I use Emacs Doom as IDE with heavy reliant on LSP. This Emacs source has some needed patches to make it work on Apple ARM machines. [1]


I don't believe there is a way to access the menu search feature from Emacs directly, but there is a workaround if you are using the Mitsuharu version of Mac Emacs: use M-x menu-bar-open, then type the standard key Cmd-? to open the menu search. You might try binding s-? to menu-bar-open so that you can get to the search by pressing it twice.

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