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Re: [O] fast navigation

From: Eric Abrahamsen
Subject: Re: [O] fast navigation
Date: Mon, 19 Dec 2011 09:49:02 +0800
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On Mon, Dec 19 2011, sergio wrote:

> On 12/18/2011 07:54 PM, Eric Abrahamsen wrote:
>>> But there is a bug. It doesn't complete headline (and doesn't goto if
>>> type it manually) which I stay on.
>> Yeah, I think it always starts completion from the top level, no
>> matter where you are. I wouldn't call it a bug, exactly -- what if you
>> wanted to jump from a sublevel up to a top-level heading?
> Sorry, and what if I wanted to jump from a sublevel up to a top-level
> heading? May be I don't understand something or poorly described the
> problem:

The behavior I see is that I always need to start with a top-level
heading. For your structure below, I can go to a, b, or c no matter
where I am in the document, but in order to go to d, I need to do b/d.
If you really can't go to b (a top level node), then something is messed
up. If the problem is just that you can't *start* completion at a
non-top-level node, then that's the way it's supposed to work.

What version of org are you using? Ido completion should certainly work
with that variable set. Have you successfully activated ido in other


> * a...
> * b...
> ** d...
> * c...
> when cursor is on d I can't goto b/d/very/deep/path,
> when cursor is on b I can't goto b/very/very/deep/path.
> I think it's a bug.
>> I also use the ido completion engine for org-related stuff
>> (`org-completion-use-ido' set to t), which means that jumping from
>> anywhere to anywhere is fairly easy. Maybe give that a shot?
> I've seen this variables (org-completion-use-ido and
> org-completion-iswitchb) but I haven't noticed any changes when I set
> one of them to "t".

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