Just saying that it's all so easy and making peoples issue
with a complex editor like EMACS seem irrelevant or non-existing won't help anybody.
So, some alternatives to EMACS seem to be:
* for VS Code: https://github.com/vscode-org-mode/vscode-org-mode
* for vim: https://github.com/jceb/vim-orgmode
* for atom: https://atom.io/packages/organized
* sublime: https://github.com/danielmagnussons/orgmode
Also, some more information about integration can be found at:
Some of us just don't want to 'invest' in tools that are profoundly flawed and will never be fixed, to the extent of causing physical injury.
Everything you are claiming is wrong. I came to Emacs from the Apple HIG shortcut world (which btw, Apple copied from PARC), and I think the keyboard shortcuts Emacs comes with are better thought out and more ergonomic to use. That is why they are the default (Emacs users prefer them), instead of cua-mode, which comes with Emacs and is easily activated.
Emacs key bindings are also far easier to change that in any other application, because Emacs keymaps are first-class objects with inheritance and are separate from commands. That is why Emacs can easily support not just completely different keyboard shortcuts, but completely different input methods such as modal editing.
The fact that I need to constantly look up how to do stuff and the modifications that I want to make work as I want them to only some of the time.
The fact that on more than one occasion, I've downloaded Emacs, started using it and gave up after less than an hour because of how unclear things are.