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Newbie Tip: Visual Emacs Keybinding Cheatsheet

August 27th, 2007 by Ryan McGeary · 5 Comments

For a newcomer to emacs, learning the default set of keybindings can be daunting. There’s no substitute for C-h b (describe-bindings) and C-h k (describe-key), but sometimes it’s just easier to learn visually.

Visual Keyboard Keybinding Cheatsheet

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  • 1 Sergio // Sep 12, 2007 at 12:06 pm

    That’s nice, but the best thing about that website is the ‘ergonomic keybord layout’ that uses completely new bindings that are way more comfortable.

    I know that for long-time emacs users a new layout is perhaps not something attractive, but for me, being new to emacs, a more modern and ergonomic layout is just what I needed to get up to speed.

    They even have a Dvorak version. Great resource, thanks, I had been looking for this kind of info about how to make it easier to use emacs for a while.

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