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bozhidar05:08:27

@dpsutton Sao Paulo 😉

bozhidar05:08:35

@alexyakushev I haven’t seen that one. For me Emacs has some general redraw glitches on Mojave, but at least it works.

alexyakushev06:08:37

For poor souls out there that suffer from this, switching message to princ in cider--display-interactive-eval-result seems to fix this, however, you lose nice font-locking. Still, better than not seeing any output.

alexyakushev06:08:39

I found a thread where someone had the same issue: https://old.reddit.com/r/emacs/comments/a59iom/emacs_in_osx_mojave/. No real solution though. I've tried installing the nightly (from May 28) and it didn't help.

bozhidar07:08:09

Did you also try the mac build?

alexyakushev07:08:56

I didn't. What's that, Aquamacs?

rahul08032708:08:05

this is the most native OSX Emacs AFAIK

bozhidar08:08:52

Yeah, it’s GNU Emacs that’s using more of macOS’s core APIs. Hopefully one day this work will its way upstream, but I’m not holding my breath. 🙂 (the Emacs core team notoriously doesn’t care much about better support for non-free operating systems)

alexyakushev08:08:12

Thank you! I've downloaded it, and it indeed doesn't seem to have this problem.

alexyakushev08:08:37

However, it switched Option and Super for me, and the solution to undo this doesn't seem to work:)

alexyakushev08:08:00

I have Option and Command swapped on the OS-level, and this emacs seems to revert this.

alexyakushev08:08:30

Ah, OK, it worked.

alexyakushev08:08:37

Thanks! I will try using this one for a while.

rahul08032708:08:57

this has some really sweet mac specific settings though:

(if (fboundp 'mac-auto-operator-composition-mode)
      (mac-auto-operator-composition-mode))

rahul08032708:08:15

to enable ligatures for example 😄

rahul08032708:08:41

dunno any other macOS emacs supporting this natively

alexyakushev08:08:06

Nice! Might try Fira then, however, I'm not a fan of ligaturing everything.

alexyakushev08:08:39

> the Emacs core team notoriously doesn’t care much about better support for non-free operating systems I wouldn't either, I'm counting days towards when I can finally throw away this piece of shit and install a normal OS.

bozhidar08:08:27

Amen to that, brother!

bozhidar08:08:54

I’m really close to getting a new Linux desktop for most of my work.

dominicm08:08:03

Zoom & Linux was patchy for me. Occasionally my name would reset to a base64 string

richiardiandrea08:08:05

Oh that's what it is lol! I have been kicked out of a couple of calls because of that 😅

alexyakushev08:08:59

Wow, that sounds like a megafeature to me. Perfect excuse to leave a long boring call.

dominicm09:08:09

Well, I tried running it through a base64 decoder and it didn't work. It might be trimmed, or something else. No idea! Looks base64ish

dominicm09:08:00

The really annoying thing was that occasionally zoom would just start eating cpu and kill the call

dominicm09:08:16

And the remote code execution wasn't great either. Give me a safe sandboxed browser!

bozhidar08:08:54

Most of colleagues on Linux had some type of issues with Zoom, but overall it seems to work.

bozhidar08:08:20

I hear that Slack is also eating up more memory there, but hopefully this was addressed by now.

bozhidar08:08:01

For me the only things keeping me in macOS land are proprietary apps that I have to use for work and the general Apple lock-in (the nice integration of all their devices). Unfortunately these days the Macs are their worst devices… 😄

bozhidar08:08:44

Today I was once again wanted to break my shitty macbook after its left shift got stuck…

rahul08032708:08:46

Totally agree, the worst keyboards ever! My mechanical keyboard addiction kinda saves me from it

darioszr09:08:57

I use linux and zoom without any pb

darioszr09:08:27

Dunno, I use linux more then 10 years now and I have not so many pb as other folks says :girn

darioszr09:08:41

I do work and all things with Linux OS and everything works fine. So I would definitely reccomend to switch to Linux or Unix (freebsd) but Unix like might be to hardcore 😁

darioszr09:08:07

I think that any major Distro in Linux works great, from arch to debian/ubuntu, opensuse or fedora/centos etc

dominicm10:08:03

Largely things work for me, yeah. Zoom is particularly weird though. Because it's all hard-compiled against a version of glib as well, makes things annoying like when the update.

pez10:08:08

It's very sad with the Mac keyboards. But there is no way I would consider anything else but macos. I just plain love it. And I also hate everything else. Haha.

darioszr10:08:51

1 question, do we have reverse search on Cider history?

darioszr10:08:11

like when you do bash reverse search on your commands history

darioszr10:08:34

I'm just thinking if this could be possible, like kind of swiper emacs but for the cider history.

darioszr10:08:34

cider-repl-history-occur found this

alexyakushev12:08:10

I am not aware of free-form search, but I often write the prefix of the command and then M-p