This Is A Custom Widget

This Sliding Bar can be switched on or off in theme options, and can take any widget you throw at it or even fill it with your custom HTML Code. Its perfect for grabbing the attention of your viewers. Choose between 1, 2, 3 or 4 columns, set the background color, widget divider color, activate transparency, a top border or fully disable it on desktop and mobile.

This Is A Custom Widget

This Sliding Bar can be switched on or off in theme options, and can take any widget you throw at it or even fill it with your custom HTML Code. Its perfect for grabbing the attention of your viewers. Choose between 1, 2, 3 or 4 columns, set the background color, widget divider color, activate transparency, a top border or fully disable it on desktop and mobile.

Emacs – cheat sheet

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UNDO: C-_ ("control underscore")
Find (or Create) file: C-x C-f Emacs Reference Card
Save file: C-x C-s 
Exit Emacs: C-x C-c
Quit (i.e. interrupt) command: C-g
start a shell in window *shell* M-x shell
select another buffer C-x b
list all buffers C-x C-b
kill a buffer C-x k

Cursor
Motion
Operation
Move Delete
Amount forward backward forward backward
Characters C-f C-b C-d DEL
Words M-f M-b M-d M-DEL
Lines C-n C-p C-k (to EOL) C-SPC C-a C-w
Sentences M-e M-a M-k C-x DEL
Expressions C-M-f C-M-b C-M-k C-M-DEL
Paragraphs M-} M-{ (no standard bindings for delete cmds)
End/start of line C-e C-a (repeat count goes to following lines)
End/start of buffer M-> M-< (no repeat count)
Scrolling and Windows
C-v Scroll down (toward end of buffer)
M-v Scroll up (toward beginning of buffer)
C-M-v Scroll other window down
C-x 1 One window on current buffer
C-x 2 Split window vertically
C-x 3 Split window horizontally
C-x ^ Grow window vertically; prefix is number of lines
Command-related Stuff
ESC ESC ESC Get me out of where I am now
C-u # Prefix numeric arg # (digits with optional "-" sign) to next cmd
C-g Stop a command in progress, or quit out of a partially entered command
Getting help
C-h k Show command documentation; prompts for keystrokes
C-h a "Command apropos"; prompts for regexp and shows all matching commands
C-h c Show command name on message line; prompts for keystrokes
C-h f Describe function; prompts for command or function name, shows documentation in other window
C-h i Info browser; gives access to online documentation for emacs and more
Miscellaneous
C-_ or C-x u Undo/redo (a series of these keeps undoing; after doing something else, C-_ orC-x u will undo the undo's)
C-q Quoted insert; inserts the next character typed, even if it is a control or meta character
M-x shell-strip-ctrl-m RET Flush ^M at end of line
C-z Suspend/iconify emacs (type "%emacs" in invoking shell to get it back)
C-x C-c

Exit emacs (asks about unsaved buffers and running programs)

Cutting and Pasting
C-SPC Mark one end of region
C-w Cut (after you Mark and move to other end)
M-w Copy (after you Mark and move to other end)
C-y Yank (paste) most recently killed (cut or copied); will also use text currently selected in another application.
M-y Next most recently killed (do C-y first, repeat M-y to cycle thru all)
To make cut/copy/paste behave as it does in other apps, do M-x cua-mode, or put

    (cua-mode)

in your .emacs to enable in every session.

Files and Buffers
C-x C-f Find file (or create if not there); prompts for file name
C-x C-s Save file
C-x C-w Write file; prompts for new name
C-x s Save modified buffers; asks about each
C-x b Select buffer; prompts for buffer name
C-x C-b List buffers; shows in other window
C-x k Kill buffer; prompts for buffer name
Searching/Replacing
C-s Incremental search forward; searches as you type
C-r Incremental search backward
C-M-s Regexp search forward (there are differences in Emacs regexp syntax wrt Perl, etc.)
C-M-r Regexp search backward
M-x replace-string RET String replace from here to end of buffer; prompts for string and replacement
M-x query-replace RET String replace from here to end of buffer, querying for each occurrence
M-x grep RET Prompts for a grep command, shows hits in a buffer
C-x ` Visit next grep hit
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