wasamasa
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Fix botched package-install
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Disclaimer: I've cooperated with Quelpa's author in creating it, so this post is most certainly biased. You can use Quelpa to build anything packagable with a MELPA recipe to your liking. This can ...

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How can I disable "q" in normal state in evil for some modes?
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Customize the mode to use motion state instead of normal state to keep motion keybindings while leaving out q for quitting: (evil-set-initial-state 'Custom-mode 'motion)

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Truncate only certain lines and use continuation lines elsewhere?
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Given that there is no special text property controlling the truncation behaviour of text, I doubt this is possible. You could however work around by enabling truncation in an Org buffer and hard ...

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How to iterate over JSON list and select one element
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Working with vectors is a tad bothersome as only the most basic operations have been implemented. Here's a handcoded loop: (let* ((json-object-type 'plist) (vector (json-read-from-string "[{\"...

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Can I get the auto complete window when ssh'd into a server running emacs?
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Yes. Most of the Emacs UI can be represented in textual terminals. Images, squiggly lines and advanced display engine features (like pixel-perfect positioning) don't work though.

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Interaction between package, use-package, and quelpa
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quelpa is just a tool to build and install packages, use-package is another tool for configuring packages in a declarative manner. They don't have anything to do with each other at all, therefore ...

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zs and ze from Vim?
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I've tried figuring out what those do by opening a file with long lines in Vim, disabling word wrap with :set nowrap and trying both commands. Apparently zs positions the column point is on so that ...

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How can I use two hooks with overlapping usecases?
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I've eventually written one function per hook as suggested in the comments. Thanks to @lunaryorn for the suggestion.

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Highlighting text in open (displayed) buffers/windows -- searching for text from one buffer in another
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helm has interfaces that can accomplish this goal, I've recorded a Gifcast to demonstrate the helm-swoop package: After starting the helm-swoop search I can either narrow down to less candidates by ...

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elpy (and evil-mode) do not react on TAB
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Evil faithfully emulates Vim, including the part of C-i and C-o being bound in normal state to commands going through the jump list. C-i happens to be equivalent to TAB for reasons (hello terminals), ...

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Move point inside of image overlay
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No, this isn't possible. To quote the manual ("Replacing Specs"): Some kinds of display specifications specify something to display instead of the text that has the property. These are called “...

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