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2022-01-27
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Zaymon06:01:34

Just getting started out with Emacs, is anyone using v28 with native compilation of elisp?

Cora (she/her)06:01:45

i was, with doom emacs

Cora (she/her)06:01:06

now im using emacs 29 with doom emacs

Zaymon06:01:17

Oh sweet. Did it make a difference in performance? I’ve been learning the ropes and setting up a config from scratch. Managed to get cider / clojure-lsp working

Cora (she/her)06:01:39

a little, but it's still slow on macos for me

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Jakub Zika09:01:39

Hi, this drives me crazy. I am using iosevka and some words are unaligned like this. Somebody got same problem? It seems like inconsistent space-size to me but i am just guessing

pavlosmelissinos10:01:38

never seen that before with a monospace font but M-x whitespace-mode might help you confirm your hypothesis

Jakub Zika11:01:36

@UEQPKG7HQ Me neither… I will try whitespace-mode once it will appear again - it seems to be caused by lsp and in one or two project. I just restarted emacs 😞

kpav15:01:11

Im using iosevka and lsp and have never seen this 🤷

kpav16:01:12

Funny enough, I am experiencing it this morning...for some reason the line my cursor is on adds an extra space as well

kpav16:01:16

I've noticed the cursor thing before, but never the inconsistent spaces

Jakub Zika16:01:43

The cursor is fine - it was not my intent to confuse you :-). I can not reproduce the reported bad alignment. Funny things is - there was a lot of errors wrongly reported by LSP so i deleted local legacy .clj-kondo folder and it may corrected both errors and alignment.

ag20:01:04

@UBRV1HXPD try adjusting the frame font size. For some fonts, GUI gets messed up.