Commit 5c1bd5fe authored by marcowahl's avatar marcowahl 🌏

+ hint to emacs-keypression

parent 70e71788
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keystroke.el might be helpful when presenting about emacs itself to make the keystrokes transparent.
# Similar stuff #
- There is variable 'echo-keystrokes' which can be customized to display certain keystrokes quasi immediately.
- There is function 'view-lossage' which shows a bunch of keystrokes. 'view-lossage' is the main shoulder on which keystroke.el stands on.
- (open-dribble-file "DRIBBLEFILE") writes keystrokes to the file DRIBBLEFILE. The format looks merely suitable for machines.
- MELPA has command-log-mode which most likely is much more sophisticated than keystroke.el.
- See also https://emacs.stackexchange.com/questions/122/is-there-a-mode-for-viewing-keystroke-lossage-in-realtime
- There are external programs to display the keystrokes. E.g. screenkey https://github.com/wavexx/screenkey.
# Activate #
Activate the functionality with
......@@ -35,3 +21,19 @@ Enjoy.
Deactivate the funcionality with
M-x keystrokes-mode
# Similar stuff #
- There is variable 'echo-keystrokes' which can be customized to display certain keystrokes quasi immediately.
- There is function 'view-lossage' which shows a bunch of keystrokes. 'view-lossage' is the main shoulder on which keystroke.el stands on.
- (open-dribble-file "DRIBBLEFILE") writes keystrokes to the file DRIBBLEFILE. The format looks merely suitable for machines.
- MELPA has command-log-mode which most likely is much more sophisticated than keystroke.el.
- Newcomer in 2020: https://github.com/chuntaro/emacs-keypression.
- See also https://emacs.stackexchange.com/questions/122/is-there-a-mode-for-viewing-keystroke-lossage-in-realtime
- There are external programs to display the keystrokes. E.g. screenkey https://github.com/wavexx/screenkey.
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