Using Emacs 40 - Atomic Chrome
Thanks to everyone who voted for topics or commented with suggestions for videos. I'll try to get to them in the coming months.
Today is just a quick hit on Atomic Chrome - an Emacs package and browser extension that allows you to edit web form inputs with Emacs.
I forgot to mention that you can set a shortcut key, at least in chrome rather than clicking on the icon. This makes things much smoother.
All you have to do is:
- Go to chrome://extensions
- On the bottom of the page you'll see a button to set keyboard shortcuts
- Set the shortcut for Atomic Chrome