[BlueBream] multilingual with blubream

Justin Ryan jryan at reliefgarden.org
Mon Aug 9 14:16:45 EDT 2010

On Mon, Aug 9, 2010 at 9:39 AM, Baiju M <baiju.m.mail at gmail.com> wrote:

> If you are an Emacs user,  "M-q" (M stands for left alt key) will be
> very handy while reviewing paragraphs.  This key will wrap the paragraph
> to the column width specified.  To specify fill-column width, use
> M-x set-fill-column command.  To change an entire selected regions, use
> M-x fill-region command.

Good to know.  I'm not a heavy emacs user but fire it up now and again..

> Vim users can use "gq" command (:help gq).  To change an entire region,
> select the area using visual block and press "gq".  To specify text width,
> :set textwidth=76 (Add this to your ~/.vimrc)

ah-ha.  I always forget about visual block mode.

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