GNU Calc Reference Card. (for GNU Emacs version 26). Starting and Stopping start/stop standard Calc. C-x * c start/stop X keypad Calc. C-x * k start/stop either: . Starting Emacs To enter Emacs, just type its name: emacs To read in a file to edit, see Files, below. Leaving Emacs suspend Emacs (the usual way of leaving it). GNU Emacs Reference Card. (for version 18). Starting Emacs. To enter Emacs, just type its name: emacs. To read in a le to edit, see Files, below. Leaving.

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It is like running C-c C-c see below repeatedly, but with just a single key binding. I’ll pull that into my answer as well.

Submit a new text post. Please google ‘refcard auctex’. In addition to what Seamus mentioned: To install in Emacs 24 just do: Space Go to the selected header, don’t hide the toc buffer.

See this answer for some details. If something like this meacs not around, maybe having a wiki here would be a nice idea. One of the problems I’ve encountered with emacs in general, and with the defaults key bindings in particular, is the diversity. I don’t know if this is on by default, but the funky quote thing is another lifesaver. For example, I only learned about C-c C-m last week! If you want to use option for the standard purpose, one way to that is to remap command to be the meta key.

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The refcard lists many usefull shortcuts. C-c C-h shows all bindings that start with C-c C-h b shows all bindings currently available. Post as a guest Name. RefTeX also provides a lot of convenient options through its menu, including conflicting label detection and fix runs a search-and-replace querydocument-scaled grep, document-scaled search and refcarrd.

Getting standard Mac key bindings to work in Emacs? A bunch of the most useful are on the refcard.

For example I like using easy-todo for notes. I’m not referring to a listing of all possible key bindings emaca. Submit a new link. C-c C-m insert macro warning: Ben Liblit 8 If you installed Auctex, the pdf is on your computer already. Can be customised to have harvard, chicago and other kinds of reference commands available. You can easily learn about them through menu-bar M-x menu-bar-mode if it is not enabled. I’ll revise my answer slightly to avoid claiming that you asked for something you didn’t.

To make a new snippet: Want to see what Emacs is capable of?!

If you customise a certain variable whose name escapes me you can add hyperref, varioref and cleverref reference commands to the list of types of reference available. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Refcxrd.


I use the font selection commands a lot, e. By customising LaTeX-math-list you can get whatever you like out of this prefix command.

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Eemacs thanks to Seamus for pointing this out in a comment below. There are simply so many of them that sometimes, at the end of the day, you simply don’t know that you should look for something which is already there. Auto-suggests names based on current section. C-c C-f C-c – same thing for small caps etc. M-q format paragraph sticks in and removes line breaks so that there e,acs no wrapping or over-short lines.

Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. If you wanted all possible key bindings which the original question e,acs not wantthen you could use C-h b. Thnx for the tip anyway!

I’m always learning cool new stuff about emacs. These are the bindings I use the most that are AucTeX specific. It’s pretty smart, and you can override the default to pick what action you want to do.