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Renamed emacsConfig, updated readme, fixed horizontal splitting

* EmacsConfig.txt is now dotEmacs.el, which is much clearer
* ReadMe now encourages the user to set the user-init-dir to the
  folder in the repository instead of copying the files. This will
  make updating and such easier and less error-prone
* Horizontal splitting for split-window-sensibly is now disabled. This
  is mainly for my home computer which has a 4k monitor. Two columns
  is the default now
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Macoy Madson 3 years ago
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      Emacs/ReadMe.org
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Emacs/ReadMe.org

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* Macoy's Emacs Configs
~emacsConfig.txt~ is meant to become ~\~/.emacs~ once installed. Open it for the latest instructions (below may be out of date; it's included here to give you an idea what you'll have to do).
~dotEmacs.el~ is meant to become \~/.emacs once installed. Open it for the latest instructions (below may be out of date; it's included here to give you an idea what you'll have to do).
Note that I recommend you cherry pick features you want instead of trying to use the entire config. This is better because you'll know all the features available to you.
** Setup
Copy all .el files to ~\~/.emacs.d/macoy/~ (make directory if necessary)
Copy the contents of ~emacsConfig.txt~ to ~\~/.emacs~
Copy the contents of ~dotEmacs.el~ to \~/.emacs
Set the ~user-init-dir~ in your .emacs to the directory of this ReadMe.org. This will load my config files straight from this repository.
1. Install all packages in ~emacsPackages.txt~
2. Add macoyCopy, macoyCut, and macoyPaste to mc/cmds-to-run-once and restart Emacs
2. Add ~macoyCopy~, ~macoyCut~, and ~macoyPaste~ to ~mc/cmds-to-run-once~ and restart Emacs
3. For magit on windows, fix credentials for server folder:
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/885793/emacs-error-when-calling-server-start
4. Setup magit credentials:

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Emacs/emacsConfig.txt → Emacs/dotEmacs.el

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;; - Built-in help (Sublime's documentation can be spotty; Emacs docs can be too complicated)
;; Setup (more for my own help than anyone else's)
;; Copy all .el files to ~/.emacs.d/macoy/ (make directory if necessary)
;; Copy the contents of emacsConfig.txt to .emacs
;; Set the user-init-dir in your .emacs to the directory of my .el files. This can load my config files straight from the repository.
;; 1. Install all packages in emacsPackages.txt
;; 2. Add macoyCopy, macoyCut, and macoyPaste to mc/cmds-to-run-once and restart Emacs
;; 3. For magit on windows, fix credentials for server folder:

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Emacs/visual-early.el

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;; Macoy's primarily visual customizations (make sure to run visual_late.el too)
;; Note that there's still things in custom-set-variables and custom-set-faces which affect visuals (see .emacs)
;; Don't ever split horizontally automatically. I like two columns, not 2x2 (especially important on 4k screen)
(setq split-height-threshold nil)
;; Themes are generally safe
(setq custom-safe-themes t)

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