GNU Calc Reference Card. (for GNU Emacs version 26). Starting and Stopping start/stop standard Calc. C-x * c start/stop X keypad Calc. C-x * k start/stop either: . Starting Emacs To enter Emacs, just type its name: emacs To read in a file to edit, see Files, below. Leaving Emacs suspend Emacs (the usual way of leaving it). GNU Emacs Reference Card. (for version 18). Starting Emacs. To enter Emacs, just type its name: emacs. To read in a le to edit, see Files, below. Leaving.
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C-c C-e emasc gets you a figure environment. I just discovered C-c C-f and was about to add them to my answer when I saw this!
Are you aware of a place where these can be found? I’ll pull refcad into my answer as well. Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet. For commenting, I use the general M-; not mode specific. This is what you want to use most of the time if you trust the advanced ability of AUCTeX to guess the right commands to run. Example for empheq environment provided by the package by the same name.
One of the problems I’ve encountered with emacs in general, and with the defaults key bindings in particular, is the diversity. Special thanks to Seamus for pointing this out in a comment below.
C-c C-c Sample code for notes mentioned above: Not strictly about rfcard, but Orgmode Tables is reffcard very cool. I’m not referring to a listing of all possible key bindings etc. There’s a useful cheat sheet here. So doing that while the active buffer is a tex file should give you the auctex bindings. You can easily learn about them through menu-bar M-x menu-bar-mode if it is not enabled. How can I get Mac key bindings for symbols like an em dash option-shift-hyphen and degree symbol option-shift-8 working?
To make a new snippet: I guess you could use C-c C-m to get you includegraphics but it hardly seems worth it, in terms of the time it saves you.
M-q format paragraph sticks in and removes line breaks so that there is no wrapping or over-short lines. Auto-suggests names based on current section. In addition to what Seamus mentioned: It seems that each answer contains good information and accepting one or the other seems odd somehow.
I explicitly wrote that I’m not looking for ALL bindings.
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You might also want the generic emacs one here. If you do that, then you lose having symmetric shift keys on both sides, which means that many Meta commands become awkward to type. Log in or sign up in seconds.
The refcard lists many usefull shortcuts. If you wanted all possible key bindings which the original question does not wantthen you could use C-h b. Post as a guest Name. When in the toc buffer: C-h m is useful for identifying bindings provided by the current major editing mode. C-c C-o C-b for folding TeX code. I rrefcard this deserves a place here, even though it is connected rather to Emacs than AucTeX itself it really can save you a lot of time!
C-h m will give you all the major mode bindings. C-c C-f C-c – same thing for small caps etc.
I’m running vanilla Emacs downloaded from the main site on my Mac. Now it’s your turn I am looking for those that people here use often. It’s pretty smart, and you can override the default to pick what action you want to do. I don’t know if this is on by default, but the funky quote thing is emaca lifesaver. RefTeX understands bibliography commands and will search your.
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But to each their taste. Want to add to the discussion? Please google ‘refcard auctex’.