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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Log in or sign up in seconds. Oct 20 ’11 at This gives you access to a bunch of mathmode symbols in two keystrokes. One of the problems I’ve encountered with emacs in general, and with the defaults key bindings in particular, is the diversity.
C-u C-c C-e change the type of the current innermost environment C-c. Not strictly about key-bindings, but Orgmode Tables is really very cool. RET Go to the selected header and hide the toc buffer.
My muscle memory actually has me hitting esc as meta. If you wanted all possible key bindings which the original question does not wantthen you could use C-h b. If you do that, then you lose having symmetric shift keys on both sides, which means that many Meta commands become awkward to eacs. I might write up a CW answer containing all the information below sorted by topic.
You can use this key binding also to delete all auxiliary files created during compilation Clean and Clean all actions. Good points about the reftex commands: A bunch of the most useful are on the refcard. I am looking for those that people here use often.
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Want to see what Emacs is capable of?! Ben Liblit 8 Welcome to Emzcs, the front page of the internet. See this answer for some details. C-h m describe-mode displays documentation on the current major mode, which normally describes the commands and features that are changed in this mode.
When in the toc buffer: Special thanks to Seamus for pointing this out in a comment below. It’s like a compose key for LaTeX mathmode.
M-x list-packages and choose yas-snippet. Please google ‘refcard auctex’. Auto-suggests names based on current section. Space Go to the selected header, don’t hide the toc buffer. If something like this is not around, maybe having a wiki here would be a nice idea.
Even though it’s four keystrokes, it can be very useful. Are you aware of a place where these can be found? There is a great package called yas-snippet which can facilitate many things one does while editing TeX files in Emacs.
M-x yas-new-snippet To compile a snippet: C-h b displays a list of all the key bindings now in effect: BeSlayed You’re refcarf there.
M-q format paragraph sticks in and removes line breaks so that there is no wrapping or over-short lines. C-c C-c Sample code for notes mentioned above: Emaca make a new snippet: Want to add to the discussion? I may have missed stuff in my summarising, please add stuff I’ve missed.