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This page and its linked pages describe Icicles, an Emacs library that enhances
minibuffer completion, that is, input completion. This page lists the main Icicles ...
The following libraries are recommended but optional (loaded by icicles.el if in
your 'load-path' , otherwise ignored). They are enhanced by Icicles, or Icicles is ...
This page tells you how Icicles can help you learn to use Emacs. Icicles is a set of
libraries that you can load into GnuEmacs. The libraries don't come installed ...
Load library icicles.el, turn on Icicle mode, and you're good to go. You can turn
Icicle mode off or on at any time with command 'icy-mode' . When you turn it off, ...
Libraries Ido and IswitchB are alternatives to Icicles that also enhance minibuffer
completion in various ways. Their UIs are similar to each other – Ido essentially ...
Icicles enhances the '*Completions*' display in several ways. The following
features are available whenever buffer '*Completions*' is displayed.
Fuzzy Completion. There are a few kinds of what might be called “fuzzy”
matching used in Icicles completion, in addition to apropos (regexp) matching
and prefix ...
Cycling Completions. Icicles lets you use the 'end' and 'home' keys to cycle
through the list of candidate prefix completions that match whatever input is
This page is not part of the regular sequence of Icicles doc pages, but it can give
you an idea of what Icicles offers, without all of the words. It shows the ...
In addition to the usual Icicles key bindings, during file-name completion the
Icicles commands that read file names bind the following keys dynamically in the