Awesome. I think viewing documentation, jumping to definition, evaluation (and
then watch) should probably be mentioned together as they are a part of what
makes light table the best, or the only sane, clojure development environment.
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From:Matan Safriel <dev.ma...@gmail.com>
Sent:Fri, 16 Sep 2016 20:03:09 +0300
To:Light Table Discussion <email@example.com>
Subject:Re: Starting out: shortcuts and key-bindings
>Thanks, very helpful to know. I wonder why this is so well concealed in the
>documentation, rather than being part of the getting started materials.
>On Saturday, June 11, 2016 at 4:52:30 AM UTC+3, George Oliver wrote:
>On Friday, June 10, 2016 at 11:48:25 AM UTC-7, moda...@gmail.com wrote:
>I've recently started using LightTable and I'd like to learn about the readily
>available shortcut keys and key-bindings. Is there a wiki or documentation
>that covers this material?
>Also, I'd like to learn if there's a way to use the keyboard for all
>hi Mo, I don't know about docs but if you C-Space "keymap" you should see the
>Default Keymap as a selection. Similarly if you C-Space "behavior" you should
>see Default Behaviors -- using the keymap as a guide you can create your own
>There are also Emacs/Vim default bindings for additional examples.
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