> From: Donncha O Caoimh [mailto:donncha.ocaoimh at tradesignals.com]
> with all that
> choice, I still use Window Maker.. *shrug*
I was using Window Maker for ages, but I gave up on it when I had to write a
patch to get my preferred mouse bindings and behaviour. I now use Sawmill
with my Blocks theme, which I find very comfortable. Sawmill also allows
you to bind shell commands, so now I just hit M-Shift-F11 to bring up my PPP
connection (finally, a use for function keys!).
Uh, oh... Window manager wars approaching... ;-)
> ooh.. editor wars approaching! I'll have to give Emacs a go
> one of these
> days. It's got a lot of features I want to explore.
I'm finding the font-lock jolly handy for writing markup; the colours are
nice and muted, and Emacs will fill paragraphs that are inside a pair of
tags, like this:
Random junk, which will be filled.
I find that when I want to do something, I check to see if Emacs can do it,
and oftentimes it can.
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