Rebookmark in Emacs

When working on a file from start to finish over a lifetime in Emacs, for example as in translating a lengthy text, it is good to keep the file bookmarked at the end of every day, because Emacs’ bookmarks save the cursor location. This way, whenever opening the file from bookmarks again to continue with it, it opens where it had been left off.

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Emacs: Electric undesirables

In my Emacs config I have enabled only electric-pair-mode to speed up some quotes and parens. Either this or something else also enables electric-indent-mode which produces weird cursor behaviour in Org lists, particularly when I disagree that I am in a list, so I have ended up suppressing electric-indent-mode explicitly by setting M-x customize-option RET electric-indent-mode off.

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