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Best looking org-modes you ever saw?
6 projects | /r/emacs | 27 Nov 2022
for certain files, highlight weasel words, similar to writegood-mode6 projects | /r/emacs | 27 Nov 2022
I have some elisp rules for deciding which fonts I should use in the buffer (journal files vs code files vs prose vs notes vs etc.). Also colors — blue modelines for personal files and red modelines for work-related files. And for files that will get published publicly I will highlight certain words (similar to writegood-mode). And I use different default browsers for different projects. Different indentation rules for different folders. I have lots of little things like that.
Syntax highlighting for natural languages?
2 projects | /r/emacs | 9 Oct 2022
Writegood mode highlights passive voice. That could be starting point.
14 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 25 Nov 2021
Have you writer's ambitions? Write a little, write everyday, and let Emacs be your coach!
2 projects | /r/emacs | 22 Jan 2021
Very interesting. Mmm, have you tried writing-good-mode for editing? I guess you can help yourself for your editing/rewriting a bit better with my PR: https://github.com/bnbeckwith/writegood-mode/pull/27
Why are emacs indents so fucking awful?
3 projects | /r/emacs | 27 Nov 2021
I assume you’re using solidity-mode to edit solidity files. If so, it looks like solidity-mode is derived from Emacs’ built-in c-mode. And as far I can tell, solidity-mode doesn’t do anything to customize or expose options for customizing indent width. Which means it will use the same settings as c-mode, which sadly does not use Emacs’ defaults as it seems to need a bunch of custom logic depending on context. There’s a whole wiki page about it: https://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/IndentingC
What are some alternatives?
editorconfig-vim - EditorConfig plugin for Vim
deft - Deft for Emacs
nyan-mode - Nyan Cat for Emacs! Nyanyanyanyanyanyanyanyanyan!
bibtool - BibTool is a tool for manipulating BibTeX data bases. BibTeX provides a mean to integrate citations into LaTeX documents. BibTool allows the manipulation of BibTeX files which goes beyond the possibilities -- and intentions -- of BibTeX.
clj-refactor.el - A CIDER extension that provides powerful commands for refactoring Clojure code.
zotero - Zotero is a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, annotate, cite, and share your research sources.
zoom - Fixed and automatic balanced window layout for Emacs
org-msg - OrgMsg is a GNU/Emacs global minor mode mixing up Org mode and Message mode to compose and reply to emails in a Outlook HTML friendly style.
wc-mode - Wordcount minor mode for Emacs
biblint - BibLint -- a system for fixing bibtex databases
rebiber - A simple tool to update bib entries with their official information (e.g., DBLP or the ACL anthology).