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Yanking inserts the last killed item from the head of the list, but you can cycle
through the list to instead yank previously killed or copied text using 'M-y' .
Switch to the *scratch* buffer or open some temporary buffer and yank the
rectangular text with 'C-x r y' , then kill the result regularly with 'C-k' . It's then
ready to ...
(isearch-yank-string regexp)) (isearch-search-and-update)) (defun isearch-yank-
symbol (&optional partialp backward) "Put symbol at current point into search ...
Alternatively, you may define a separate yank-and-indent command as such: (
defun yank-and-indent () "Yank and then indent the newly formed region ...
... shell-mode" (let ((pasteMe (lambda() (if (string= "shell-mode" major-mode) (
progn (comint-next-prompt 25535) (yank)) (progn (goto-char (mark)) (yank) ))))) (if
To yank (paste): Meta click mouse-2. You can also use the secondary selection
as another way to do what you do with 'query-replace' – sometimes it is more ...
Jun 18, 2012 ... When people flooded EmacsChannel with code or debug messages instead of
using [[lisppaste?]], pjb mentioned his function 'erc-yank' ...
If previous ;; command was yank, it will act like `yank-pop'(default M-y). ;; All
choise's length cut to `kill-ring-ido-shortage-length'. Number ;; between shows
May 5, 2012 ... homepage: https://github.com/lewang/le_emacs_MRU_yank. reorganize kill-ring
as an MRU (most recently used) stack. Similary to M-tab to ...
A further keypress can be saved by using the yank-handler text property. The
following will paste a copied line above the current line regardless of the position