Looking for an emacs replacement
On Sat, 08 Sep 2012 20:25:53 +0000, T o n g wrote:
> On Sat, 08 Sep 2012 16:01:33 +0000, Camaleón wrote:
>>>>> Time to look for an all purpose editor to replace emacs.
>> And you want to drop it just because of a problem with your settings
>> not being honored? Have you report it?
> Does it matter?
If I liked an application and has been serving me well over the years,
yes, I do matter.
> -- I started to use Emacs almost 15 years ago. By then, there is only
> one looks and feel, the Unix one. Over the years, emacs is moving
> towards Windows, I lost its xterm-like scroll bar years ago, now the
> whole Unix-like look and feel is gone. It's OK to woo the windows
> users, but to completely ignore the Unix users, that's very sad. I don't
> want to spend a minute more on learning to configure its bizarred GTK
> interface any more.
I really doubt there's no way to configure the look and feel of emacs, so
if that's only your main dissapointment about the program, I would look
more deep on how to solve it.
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