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Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
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
like literally it took me 12 minutes to install one package
Qynn
@qynn_gitlab
Hi, when calling evil-org-open-below or evil-org-open-above in a org-mode source block, the whole block gets highlighted and it gets an extra keystroke (ESC) to be able to type in insert mode as I would expect. Is this expected behavior? Is there a way to avoid this? Thanks!
i⃫n⃫w⃫i⃫t⃫
@inwit__twitter

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)

Also , works for accessing the major mode's commands.

i⃫n⃫w⃫i⃫t⃫
@inwit__twitter
I'm a bit confused about avy, easymotion and spacemacs. I get that SPC j gives access to some avy commands (notably avy-timer on SPC j j), which is fine. On the other hand, g s opens a evil-easymotion drawer, where evil-avy commands can be found (g s SPC is buffer-evil-avy-goto-char-timer, for example). What's the point of having these commands under so different drawers? There surely must be a justification...
Karu
@Karunamon:matrix.org
[m]
Hiya folks! I'm guessing this is a known issue of some kind, but I'm trying to do a fresh install on Windows and getting a "too many open files" message. Seen rumblings of this with specific packages while searching, just wonder if there's a known general solution
From IRC (bridge bot)
@FromIRC
<cs_0x6373> Hi, i just upgraded spacemacs via "git pull --rebase" and updated the packages, but i don't have the option to export an org document as markdown (via C-c C-e ) but can manually export via org-md-export-to-markdown. Any ideas how i can get this in the export menu?
Nicolas M.
@penguwin
Hello everyone, how can I override the version of a package (which is included in a layer)? In my particular case, I want to use the org-roam 2 alpha instead of the 1.2 release in the org layer
doug🦖
@doug_zilla:mozilla.org
[m]
I believe you can specify a local installation of a package and clone the specific repo.
Not sure how that interacts with the "layer" though.
Johannes Lundberg
@johalun
Hi all! Just started using Spacemacs and I love it so far. So freaking intuitive it scares me sometimes :) However, the constant resizing of the right hand imenu-list is very annoying. how can I set fixed width?
Johannes Lundberg
@johalun
Found it! imenu-list-auto-resize nil
doug🦖
@doug_zilla:mozilla.org
[m]
I don't use imenu (will have to check it out), but I use golden-ratio-mode all the time. That will keep your focused window at a good size relative to the other windows open.
Fritz Meissner
@iftheshoefritz
so I can see that I can set a specific non-default syntax checker using SPC e s but it seems like when that buffer goes away the syntax checking goes back to the default. Is there a variable I can use in my .spacemacs to permanently set the checker of my choice?
stalenstan
@stalenstan
Hello people, tbh I find the installation process already pretty confusing, should I just push through or maybe decide it's not for me?
Fritz Meissner
@iftheshoefritz
push through, IMO
but you can always ask here
Johannes Lundberg
@johalun

I don't use imenu (will have to check it out), but I use golden-ratio-mode all the time. That will keep your focused window at a good size relative to the other windows open.

I have to check that mode out, sounds great!

doug🦖
@doug_zilla:mozilla.org
[m]
You can try it by calling M-x golden-ratio-mode. It will resize the active window to occupy approx 2/3 of the screen.
I'd like to see visual-line-mode work more smoothly with it. Currently mine doesn't re-wrap visual line mode.
Johannes Lundberg
@johalun
Very nice when switching between source code and terminal (ansi-shell) :thumbsup:
Although I'd like terminal window to be a bit smaller vertically when focusing on source code (the "main" window). Maybe there's a config option for ratio..
Abhijeet
@abhijeetsrivastava
is there a good setup for tdd (test driven development) in spacemacs? hopefully using java or lsp.
Ivan Yonchovski
@yyoncho
@abhijeetsrivastava I use SPC d t t and SPC d d l
Johannes Lundberg
@johalun
Horizontally golden-ratio it works great, I can adjust to make the focused window larger or smaller, however it doesn't change vertically :(
Abhijeet
@abhijeetsrivastava
@yyoncho i dont have SPC d t t binding for a java project. Can you share more about your workflow?
Ivan Yonchovski
@yyoncho
do you have the dap layer?
sorry, it is , d t t