This module adds system-wide popup Emacs windows for quick edits.
1.2. Module flags
This module has no flags.
No hacks documented for this module.
- On Linux xclip, xdotool, xprop, and xwininfo are needed.
- On MacOS, Emacs must be allowed to “control your computer” under Settings > Accessibility.
To use this, invoke the emacs-everywhere executable. This can be done in two ways:
$ emacsclient --eval "(emacs-everywhere)"
$ doom everywhere
It is recommended that you add a keybinding for this.
From here, you can edit away to your hearts content in the created frame, then return to the original window and paste the content with C-c C-c or <leader> q f. To exit without pasting, use C-c C-k.
emacs-everywhere likes to guess if you triggered it from an application which
supports markdown. Configure
emacs-everywhere-markdown-apps to improve how accurate this is on your system.
By default, when markdown is detected,
markdown-mode is used. It is possible
to instead use pandoc to convert the content to Org (and export to markdown when
closing the frame) by setting
Most other behaviour is implemented as hooks on
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6. TODO Appendix
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