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Mar 9, 2014 ... This page is about ways to browse the kill ring, choosing a kill to yank. ... browse-
kill-ring.el – a package by ColinWalters, and later maintained ...
Dec 8, 2013 ... Buffer Ring creates rings of buffers. Cycling within a buffer-ring switches to the
next buffer in the ring until it wraps around. It does not use the ...
If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. ;; ;; Commentary: ;; ;; This package
provides `kill-ring-ido', that allows you to browse ;; the kill-ring with ido. Obviously
Apr 7, 2001 ... Then ;; browse-kill-ring.el is for you. ;; This package is simple to install; add (
require 'browse-kill-ring) ;; to your ~/.emacs file, after placing this ...
Apr 29, 2010 ... If ;; this variable is non-nil, It means that last selected `kill-ring' ;; item comes first
of `kill-ring'. This value is `t' by default. ;; ;; * 0.2.7 (2010/05/05) ; ...
Download ;;; ring+.el --- Extensions to `ring.el'. ;; ;; Filename: ring+.el ;;
Description: Extensions to `ring.el'. ;; Author: Drew Adams ;; Maintainer: Drew
Aug 24, 2013 ... kill-ring-search is an elisp package that allows to search the kill ring similarly to
C-r in a shell. It's available on my website. – nschum.
Mar 13, 2014 ... nil: Emacs does whatever the ring-bell function tells it to do. Combinations ... In
those cases, you probably want the bell to ring instead of blink.
Feb 3, 2011 ... We call “saving onto the kill-ring” what others call copying text. The kill-ring is
similar to a clipboard: it is a list of the last 60 killed items, from ...
Apr 15, 2014 ... Unfortunately, traversing the mark ring with 'C-u C-SPC' can make you lose your
last point if it is different from the mark. This happens when ...