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Lucius Hu
@lebensterben
use vterm
C-c C-a
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai

More specifically: If you have a |- layout, where the lhs is your text, and your rhs is the pdf viewer split into two frames by continuous mode, and you're browsing your pdf, and then change to your text and make some changes, hit ^w^w to get to frame 2, i.e. the upper PDF frame, then scroll down to the end of it, what will happen is the text frame (1) will be selected, and you will suddenly find yourself scrolling in the text. When you then ^w^w back to what used to be frame 3, now frame 2, it does not accept input properly. Restarting continuous scrolling ('c c') will fix it.

@bernalex:matrix.org I have fixed this bug. So it should be gone after you update your packages...

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Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
I realized that I had actually never looked into this bug (and that I was just assuming it was hard to fix), so I had a look at it and luckily it turned out not to be that hard to fix
fleimgruber
@fleimgruber
Using the ranger layer, how to get the number of files in the directory currently visiting?
Apart from some quick shell-command I mean, say displayed in the mode line instead.
TheyareLying2Us
@TheyareLying2Us
is gnu package archive down?
my spacemacs is stuck at refreshing package archive gnu
August Feng
@aug0stus
Yeah, I think it's down. I configured Spacemacs temporarily to use mirrors and it got through. https://github.com/d12frosted/elpa-mirror
TheyareLying2Us
@TheyareLying2Us
ok. The problem is that emacs doesn't start because i was just installing a new layer, so every time i launch it tries to download new packages but fail...
guess I'll have to use vim to modify my .spacemacs 🤮
August Feng
@aug0stus
I've been doing emacs -nw -q .... I'm experiencing some trouble with my vim setup, coincidentally at the same time lol.
bernalex
@bernalex:matrix.org
[m]
There. Now I probably have that fix. :)
bernalex
@bernalex:matrix.org
[m]
Oh that's a button, and is meant to actualy do something?
The only thing that ever happens if I click it is that the bar glitches a bit
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
I think they are called buttons yes
You pressed o
?
bernalex
@bernalex:matrix.org
[m]
On the bar? Yes
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
And subsequently the right label
Which bar?
You can also place the cursor on it and press RET
Then you have to restart Spacemacs to actually perform the update
bernalex
@bernalex:matrix.org
[m]
Oh. What do you mean by 'o'? I thought you were talking about that circle between "Spacemacs buffer" and "general".
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
Ah no... the key o
bernalex
@bernalex:matrix.org
[m]
Yeah I already did the update by 'SPC f e U'.
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
Bound to ace-buffer-link
Ah okay
bernalex
@bernalex:matrix.org
[m]
Oh I see what you mean by 'o' yes
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
Never used SPC f e U before... but that is another way then
bernalex
@bernalex:matrix.org
[m]
That's handy to know, thanks.
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
You can use o almost in any buffer to follow links
e.g. in help buffers
Or in pdf-view
etc
bernalex
@bernalex:matrix.org
[m]
Yeah I was not on my homescreen, which is why I used the SPC chain. But very useful with 'o'. I had similar behaviour mapped to 'f' back in my old emacs config.
f for follow-links. I used to use vimperator/pentadactyl/similar stuff, and those used f(ollow-links), so I thought I'd have the same thing in my emacs.
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
Yeah got it... so you already know it is handy indeed...
Yes I use vimium too
bernalex
@bernalex:matrix.org
[m]
I found that at some point, those addons started having more disadvantages than advantages for me, using Firefox. they became increasingly cumbersome, and decreasingly customisable. The one for Thunderbird got completely nuked very early on, around Thunderbird 3 or some such.
I've heard vimium is good though, but I don't use chromium myself.
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
@bernalex:matrix.org I use vimium in Firefox too
Fritz Meissner
@iftheshoefritz
sort order of helm-ag using ripgrep appears to be in reverse order of filename, e.g. spec/x: my search text above app/x: my search text. Anyone got clues for me on where to specify sort order?
Deepak Tripathi
@gnumonk
Hi All, does spacemacs support org-babel src to lsp mode ?
lunarfyre7
@lunarfyre7
I'm trying to use the common-lisp layer, but for some reason non of the keybindings actually work at all, I'm having to access everything through spc spc
all of the cl bindings are prefixed with spc m, and spc m is still undefined on my emacs
Kjartan
@kjartan_oli:matrix.org
[m]
Isn't SPC m the prefix for commands related to the current major mode? Are you in Lisp mode?
lunarfyre7
@lunarfyre7

Isn't SPC m the prefix for commands related to the current major mode? Are you in Lisp mode?

Oh wow that works! (I am obviously new to emacs :p)

Kjartan
@kjartan_oli:matrix.org
[m]
Glad I could help. Still learning most of this myself.
The Wayfarrer
@epixinvites
does anyone here find melpa.org very slow and unresponsive