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Re: [Orgmode] Poll: Who is using these commands

From: Scott Randby
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Poll: Who is using these commands
Date: Tue, 11 May 2010 19:45:15 -0400
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On 05/10/2010 02:33 AM, Carsten Dominik wrote:

On May 9, 2010, at 12:03 AM, Scott Randby wrote:

On 05/08/2010 04:22 PM, Friedrich Delgado Friedrichs wrote:
Carsten Dominik schrieb:
I am wondering:

How many of your are using these keys

C-c C-f
C-c C-b
C-c C-n
C-c C-p

Never. I always use the speed commands since they became available.

The problem I have with speed commands is that, according to the
manual, they only work "when the cursor is at the beginning of a
headline." I need commands that work when the cursor is anywhere on
the headline.

How about if C-M-a went back to the beginning of the heading and then
you use speed commands? Would that be an alternative, or is that one
command to much?

I don't understand why C-M-a should be bound to take one back to the beginning 
of a heading when C-a already does this. With the proposed changes, one might 
press C-M-a and then C-M-p which is a total of 4 keys, when the current set-up 
is to press C-c C-p which is only 3 keys.  I'm not in favor of increasing the 
number of keys one needs to press to perform a basic motion.


- Carsten

Scott Randby

for navigation through the outline? These are first class keys,
and I would have good uses for these keys if most people don't
actually use them.

Another question:

C-c C-v currently make the TODO sparse tree.

I use that one quite often. If you decided to use it for something
else, I would override it in my config.

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