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Re: Emacs 23: next-line and previous-line

Tim Cross <tcross@rapttech.com.au> writes:

> If your not confident and worried you will muck things up, I'd recommend
> making a copy of your .emacs file before experimenting with customize. That
> way, if you do make a mess of things, you can just copy your original
> .emacs back over and yor right to go.

I have the following in ~/.emacs:
(setq custom-file "/home/chris/.emacs-cust.el")
(load custom-file)
Emacs stores its customizations in ~/.emacs-cust.el, instead of
~/.emacs.  This unclutters your .emacs just a little bit, since all the
code generated by customize is moved out of the way.

I'm also a flite user, but I got the hang of customize by doing a bit of
experimenting with it.  Your suggestions about customize-group and
customize-variable are helpful; I use customize-group regularly.

-- Chris

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