thanks for noticing and reporting this discrepancy. These additional keys only work if you turn off the automatic incremental search by setting `org-goto-auto-isearch'. I have updated the documentation to reflect this fact.
On Oct 24, 2008, at 2:40 PM, Peter Straka wrote:
recently I learned about c-c c-j which is a kind of outline navigator.
in the manual is written:
| `C-c C-j'
| Jump to a different place without changing the current outline
| visibility. Shows the document structure in a temporary buffer,
| where you can use the following keys to find your destination:
| <TAB> Cycle visibility.
| <down> / <up> Next/previous visible headline.
| n / p Next/previous visible headline.
| f / b Next/previous headline same level.
| u One level up.
| 0-9 Digit argument.
| <RET> Select this location.
and after involing a minibuffer help is displayed:
| Browse buffer copy, to find location or copy text. Just type for auto-isearch.
| RET=jump to location [Q]uit and return to previous location
| [Up]/[Down]=next/prev headline TAB=cycle visibility [/] org-occur
Now my question:
If I invoke this function all works with exception of the "letter"
commands "n" "p" "f" "b" "u" "Q". These invoke the auto-isearch
(e.g. searching for n or Q). I tried it in emacs 22.2 and 6.09a and
23.60 with 6.06. So my question is: did I make an error or is possibly
the description not up to date?
Secondly one minimal error in the Manual 1.2 Installation:
Add the following lines to your .emacs file. The last *two* lines define
global keys for the commands org-store-link, org-agenda, and
org-iswitchb - please choose suitable keys yourself.
Should be three instead of two.
Indeed, fixed as well.