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A fun question they had on Computerphile. What is your favorite shortcut key?

Mine is Super+d which is bind to search programs in i3wm. When I use windows at work it's Win+q which does the same

@rasmus Mine is probably Alt+Enter. It spawns an instance with URxvt. The one single thing I use the most is my terminal emulator. :)

I have never really understood why anyone use the Super-key. It's super awkward to reach without moving my hands for me. :/

@hund that's a good choice, I think I use it just as much as the super+d.

I agree with you that Super is uncomfortable, but I don't want to interfere with Alt shortcuts. But Super is on my left tumb thanks to QMK and Ergodox :)

@rasmus Okey. :) I keep hearing that Alt would interfere with applications. Which applications is that?

@hund Before Qutebrowser I used Alt+d to access the address bar in Chromium.

Also Alt usually shows the menu bar in programs :)

@rasmus Ah! Can you tell that I really don't use graphical applications? :P

@rasmus i have the binding M-SPC which runs hyperspace (in a new emacsclient), which is an emacs package to basically do duckduckgo bangs, or any other custom search engine stuff, and also just bind arbitrary lisp functions

i use it all the time

@twee @rasmus I have either Super+Enter or Super+e bound to open Emacs (depending on the Window manager I'm using). 😊

My favorite keybinding is just "space". I have space bound to the main menu in Emacs where every other command I use is bound. It makes everything so quick. 😊

@MadestMadness @rasmus ooh, are you an evil/spacemacs person? i teeechnically have hyper bound to execute-extended-command (which i have aliased as counsel-M-x) but i dont actually have a hyper key ):

@twee @rasmus I'm not entirely sure what a hyper key is, to be honest. 🙂

I use Counsel, too. I absolutely love swiper especially. 😊

I got started with Spacemacs, but now I run my own Evil based config from scratch 😊

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