XEmacs is a graphical text editor derived from Emacs. Although Emacs will run in a graphical mode, XEmacs is designed primarily for a graphical environment and offers a more advanced interface.
to use this application. If you want to run this version
of the software even if other versions are available,
xemacs-21.1.9 instead of
See "helpme setup" for
information on finding out what versions are available or
what to do if the
setup statement does not
By default, XEmacs will use the system default printer ("text" at this time).
You can specify a different printer from
Options->Printing Options->Command-Line Switches. Click
[INS] with the middle mouse button to get an "
Argument:" section and enter the option to select the printer in the small box to its right. Finally, click the
File menu has both
Pretty-Print options. Pretty-Print generates PostScript output, so be sure you are using a printer that supports PostScript.
When you first open a file, you may see key-mapping warnings. We have not been able to trace the source of this problem, but it does not appear to interfere with the operationg of XEmacs.