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[Orgmode] Re: suggestion: simplify depth stepping of document structure
[Orgmode] Re: suggestion: simplify depth stepping of document structure (outline) visibility
Tue, 15 Sep 2009 20:26:10 -0400
Gnus/5.11 (Gnus v5.11) Emacs/22.2 (gnu/linux)
Michael Brand <address@hidden> writes:
> I would like much more to increase the heading visibility depth step by step
> like with the following if it would be much easier to type
> step 1 to see level 1: C-u 1 S-Tab
> step 2 to see levels 1..2: C-u 2 S-Tab
> step 3 to see levels 1..3: C-u 3 S-Tab
> step 4 to see levels 1..4: C-u 4 S-Tab
> and so on until not repeated any more (no cycling, only as a sequence)
> Did I miss some simpler work flow to do something similar (not cycling with
> Tab or S-Tab)?
> Are there others who would like this sequence to be easily stepped through?
> Which constantly repeatable key command as convenient as possible like
> cycling with Tab or S-Tab would be suitable?
> I would suggest that any key command different to this new key command would
> stop stepping the sequence and that the first invoke of this new key command
> again would reset the visibility to overview again like `C-u 1 S-Tab' does
> (similar to the nice cycle reset behavior of a first `S-Tab').
> The point on e. g. a level 3 heading would be nice to be there again after
> going through steps 1 to 3 (similar to the nice behavior of e. g. `S-Tab
> S-Tab S-Tab' when the point was in a body before).
In case you aren't aware of it you can view sublevels for a tree with
C-c C-k and match specific levels with a tags match (C-c / m LEVEL=n