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EP> EP> * Xwidgets: a new feature for embedding native widgets inside Emacs buffers Xwidgets: a new feature for embedding native widgets inside Emacs buffers. If you have gtk3 and webkitgtk3 installed, and Emacs was built with xwidget support, you can access the embedded webkit browser with ' M-x xwidget-webkit-browse-url '. This opens a new buffer with the embedded browser. The buffer will have a new mode, ' xwidget-webkit-mode ' (similar to ' image-mode '), which supports the webkit widget.

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Hello, Evgeny. Panasyuk, you wrote: EP> Quitted Emacs 25.1 Interesting piece, but I and did not manage to start to use it. Last time stopped how autosubstitution works. You can know as this business to repair, by the way... That I want (and that is at me in Vim): Started to type the text - the autosubstitution list (here at Emacs all perfectly) fell out. Further I would want that the list was formed not on the basis of coincidence of a line, and on the basis of entrance of characters. An example: asd-> asdfg, aw se dr...

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Hello, Evgeny. Panasyuk, you wrote: EP> Keywords for search: fuzzy search. EP> I use Helm (in Vim the close analog - ctrlp.vim) I it and looked, but it like somehow away from the drop down list costs. The idea of an additional high-grade window in which list to me will be not nice. There is a possibility the drop down list to filter (but itself to write I it unambiguously I do not want)?

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Hello, kaa.python, you wrote: KP> I it also looked, but it like somehow away from the drop down list costs. The idea of an additional high-grade window in which list to me will be not nice. There is a possibility the drop down list to filter (but itself to write I it unambiguously I do not want)? Drop down lists it UI a specific packet of autocompletion, and it is necessary to look/search fuzzy options/hoteki/commands of a specific packet - I do not know about which you speak.

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Hello, Evgeny. Panasyuk, you wrote: EP> Drop down lists it UI a specific packet of autocompletion, and it is necessary to look/search fuzzy options/hoteki/commands of a specific packet - I do not know about which you speak. Yes, I tried to use auto-complete in a compartment with fuzzy a mode. Twisted-twirled long, but the result appeared any P.S. If you will prompt as to make fuzzy-dopolnjalku on the basis of Helm, I will be very grateful (at me doubt crept in that I tried)!

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Hello, kaa.python, you wrote: KP> P.S. If you will prompt as to make fuzzy-dopolnjalku on the basis of Helm, I will be very grateful (at me doubt crept in that I tried)! For any specific language/languages?

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Hello, Evgeny. Panasyuk, you wrote: EP> For any specific language/languages? At least for a C ++, it is still good for Python.

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Hello, kaa.python, you wrote: KP>>> P.S. If you will prompt as to make fuzzy-dopolnjalku on the basis of Helm, I will be very grateful (at me doubt crept in that I tried)! EP>> For any specific language/languages? KP> at least for a C ++, it is still good for Python. If it is used auto-complete - it is necessary to install a packet ac-helm, it adds function ac-complete-with-helm - it can be hung up for example on any . If it is used company (another  the auto-additions, subjectively much more popular and spread) - that needs to be installed helm-company that adds similar function helm-company. For a C ++ those most exact auto-additions that on the basis of Clang - are both for company, and for ac is for example Rtags, Irony, there is even support YouCompleteMe - which initially was for Vim. Everyones Gtags, Ctags, Etags - naturally less exact. For Python it is auto-additions on the basis of Jedi. It is possible to install a packet elpy - there in a set autocompletion for company, illumination of stylistic errors etc. Besides immediate packet elpy for Emacs, it is necessary to install a little Python' units: pip install jedi flake8 importmagic autopep8 (from the documentation elpy) From a box in Emacs autocompletion on characters/words from all open buffers (accordingly the most inexact) - the mechanism of dynamic abbreviations - dabbrev works. This similarity built in in Vim the mechanism ctrl-p, ctrl-n.

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Hello, kaa.python, you wrote: KP> At least for a C ++, Here by the way short presentation on this subject: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FQwQ0QWBTU

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Hello, Evgeny. Panasyuk, you wrote: EP> Here by the way short presentation on this subject: EP> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FQwQ0QWBTU there is more than thanks! I will try once again

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Hello, Evgeny. Panasyuk, you wrote: EP> If it is used company (another  the auto-additions, subjectively much more popular and spread) - that needs to be installed helm-company that adds similar function helm-company. Twisted helm-company, it, of course, works, but the sensation that strongly "sideways" is curve also. The main trouble that fuzzy-substitution starts to work only at already activated buffer helm-company. If it is yet active (for example I type emb in hope to see emplace_back) that quits a type regional ohm "autosubstitution is not found". Grief, certainly

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Hello, kaa.python, you wrote: KP> Twisted helm-company, it, of course, works, but the sensation that strongly "sideways" is curve also. Yes, there is a such. Immediately in drop down list Company (without Helm) the following  works: C-s includes search in the drop down list (you enter substring further) C-M-s includes a filtration in the drop down list on substring F1 or C-h deduces help for the selected character (if is) C-w opens the code for selected KP character> the Main trouble that fuzzy-substitution starts to work only at already activated buffer helm-company. If it is yet active (for example I type emb in hope to see emplace_back) that quits a type regional ohm "autosubstitution is not found". Grief, certainly Yes, grief. Here in it  refer to productivity, but Helm normal productivity, and a filtration most Company C-M-s consults with the same without problems. Under Vim by the way that you use for fuzzy auto-additions? YouCompleteMe?

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Hello, Evgeny. Panasyuk, you wrote: EP> Under Vim by the way that you use for fuzzy auto-additions? YouCompleteMe? No, it was not pleasant to me. Heavy enough packet demanding additional knee-bends on macOS. I neocomplete + neoinclude use.