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But I guess your remark was meant to target Microsoft and the differences Vista and Win7 brought? Which is pretty off-topic, since we're discussing Editors, and the post you (part-)quoted was about standardized keybindings.Hm, it was about the "user interface" actually, which is not restricted to the keybindings. So I was, maybe, wrong.
one very good thing that has resulted is a standardized user interfaceWhich they effectively broke up with now.-widgewunner (February 13, 2010, 08:54 PM)
If I could get Emacs to look and feel like a Windows editor, this might be a viable solution.There are a few approaches to make Emacs feel rather native on Windows, like ErgoEmacs:-widgewunner (February 13, 2010, 08:54 PM)
jumping/selecting/deleting at word boundaries can be done by any normal Windows editorYes, word by word. Not so fine.-f0dder (February 12, 2010, 10:37 PM)
When I need "powerful navigation", VIM tends not to be good enough anyway - Visual Studio class browser and "find all references" (et cetera) is so much more productive.VS? And two lines later you state something about "superfast"?-f0dder (February 12, 2010, 10:37 PM)
the choices seem to boil down to: PSPad and Notepad++. But neither has the powerful regex support I have grown used to with EPP.Tried GVim? The "best text editor" thingy on the website was obviously written by someone who did not spend more than 5 minutes with any of the tested applications. (Or, at least, was not be willing to RTFM.)-widgewunner (February 11, 2010, 08:14 PM)
telling people that YOU and ONLY YOU are correct when it comes to giving Firefox its acronymYou obviously misread me there. It was not me, it was the Mozilla people. Which is kind of a difference, right?-Stephen66515 (February 06, 2010, 06:24 PM)
I will not tolerate any further thread hijacks that are for purely semantical or fanboyish style comments designed to generate flames/start an online feud.This was never my intention. It is about pros and cons of browsers here, so what's wrong with contributing?-Josh (February 06, 2010, 05:51 PM)
I love how this topic, started yet another argument because Tuxman decided that every browser in the world is 'plagiarizing' Mozilla Firefox, which, I must admit, is getting on my nerves.Opera does not, but Opera better should.-Stephen66515 (February 06, 2010, 04:53 PM)
Tuxman: So, you are basically saying that any browser which has extensions is a clone of firefox, is that right?No, but stepwise adopting special Firefox stuff like Adblock Plus and Greasemonkey is not innovative at all.-Josh (February 06, 2010, 03:53 AM)
It really gets old especially with the opera crowd and tabbed browsing.... which they did not have first.-Josh (February 06, 2010, 03:53 AM)