1. Sunday, February 25, 2007 3:39:04 PM by pedro
    you rock!
  2. Sunday, February 25, 2007 6:18:53 PM by nirs
    Can you attach the list of commands used (as seen in the smaller buffer in the screencast).

    How about transforming this into a script that can format any CSS to standard format in one click?
  3. Monday, February 26, 2007 6:10:51 PM by Edward O'Connor
    Any interest in being added to Planet Emacsen?
  4. Tuesday, February 27, 2007 9:54:11 PM by Derek
    nirs: I don't happen to have it handy. I should have thought to save it. I'll re-create it when I get a chance and update the post.

    Edward: Sure, thanks.
  5. Saturday, March 03, 2007 3:32:13 PM by Lennart
    Maybe this can be helpful too:

    - There is a list of css modes at (I use Stefan Monnier's version.)

    - There is a good page explaining the new query-replace-regex at
  6. Monday, March 12, 2007 4:32:14 PM by Random Guy
  7. Wednesday, March 21, 2007 3:06:41 AM by ThumThing
    You know what would be nice, for an outsider like me, a screencast with some sound and before you do each command, you explain what you're going to do, what key combo and what its going to do..

    this shows us how great you are with emacs. that is nice to know, but hey, how'z'about throwing a bone to us beginners?

    this thing flew by and I'm like.. okay .. what's happening here?

    anyways.. thanks for the cast. No offence, its good to showcase to the initiated, and pretty much useless for us un-initiated.
  8. Monday, March 26, 2007 8:49:06 AM by K
    Wow, this is really neat. I was introduced to emacs about 2 years ago, never really got into it before this year; this screencast really helped me get a feel for why emacs is so popular.

    How come the emacs tutorials don't start off with the keyboard-macros? I mean, that's what gave emacs its name, and I didn't even know how useful they were until now, so I've never used them before... (Already I'm wondering however I managed without them.)
  9. Thursday, May 24, 2007 6:31:11 PM by Trevor Bernard
    I'm sure Derek Slager is a pretty busy man. If there is enough interest I'll take the time to explain (to the best of my ability) what and why he is doing each command.

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