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along with a message about the desktop file already being in use Emacsclient does not attempt to process the desktop file, so you are clearly starting a new instance of Emacs. If emacsclient can't connect to the server, but you either passed it -a '' or --alternate-editor='' or else have the ALTERNATE_EDITOR environment variable set to an empty string, ...


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Try using function ding with variable visible-bell bound to non-nil. For example: (let ((visible-bell t)) (ding t)) If you need to impose a delay before flashing then you can use sit-for or sleep-for. For example: (let ((visible-bell t)) (sleep-for 2) ; Wait 2 seconds (ding t)) ; Flash screen


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It is possible to set Projectile to use Git's version of the grep command. If you have Git installed on Windows, simply applying the configuration below should suffice: (setq projectile-use-git-grep t) Another alternative would be to try to use Windows' findstr command instead. One instance of a search that barely works is: (defun grep-projectile-windows(&...


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Two things were actually missing: - libxml2 dependency - proper setting of nov-unzip-program I could add libxml2 the easy way by going to Emacs FTP, download the dependencies, and apply them in my Emacs installation directory. For the set of nov-unzip-program I had to download Unzip for Windows, and set the path in init.el: (setq nov-unzip-program "C:\\My\\...


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