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 ===== Customizing Emacs ===== ===== Customizing Emacs =====
  
-Emacs can be customized to meet your own set of personal tastes and needs. Most of the customization for Emacs takes place in a .emacs file located in your home directory. This file is read by Emacs every time it is started. Here is a basic configuration file that turns on several options in Emacs that are explained in detail in the next section: [[dot_emacs|Example .emacs file]].+Emacs can be customized to meet your own set of personal tastes and needs. Most of the customization for Emacs takes place in a .emacs file located in your home directory. This file is read by Emacs every time it is started. Here is a basic configuration file that turns on several options in Emacs that are explained in detail in the next section: [[emacs:dot_emacs|Example .emacs file]].
  
-Font colors and highlighting can also be customized using a .Xresources file located in your home directory. Here is an example .Xresources file: [[dot_Xresources|Example .Xresources file]]. Customizing Emacs in this way only works on systems using an X server for the windowing environment. If you are using a graphical login then you will need to add the following commands to your .bash_profile file in your home directory:+Font colors and highlighting can also be customized using a .Xresources file located in your home directory. Here is an example .Xresources file: [[emacs:dot_xresources|Example .Xresources file]]. Customizing Emacs in this way only works on systems using an X server for the windowing environment. If you are using a graphical login then you will need to add the following commands to your .bash_profile file in your home directory:
  
 <code> # import my color preferences <code> # import my color preferences
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 ===== GNU Emacs Reference Card (for version 24+) ===== ===== GNU Emacs Reference Card (for version 24+) =====
-[[Emacs|Reference Card]]+[[emacs:emacs|Reference Card]]
  
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