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bug#6954: bug#8615: bug#6954: bug#8615: Please make sure v q removes the


From: Christoph Scholtes
Subject: bug#6954: bug#8615: bug#6954: bug#8615: Please make sure v q removes the buffer for JPGs just like it does for other files
Date: Fri, 15 Jul 2011 18:40:24 -0600
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On 7/15/2011 5:38 PM, Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen wrote:
Christoph Scholtes<address@hidden>  writes:

Most other files (all?) are opened in view-mode, which binds `q' and
z' differently. I think view-mode and special-mode need to agree on
how to map certain keys, e.g. `q', i.e. common operations like quit or
kill-buffer. Either by deriving view-mode from special-mode or
matching the maps.

It's not a view-mode issue.

IMO, it is very much a view-mode issue. The original issue description states that v q should remove the image buffer, i.e. kill it. It will never do this, since image-mode uses special mode map, and special-mode buries on `q', whereas other modes use view-mode. view-mode does kill the buffer on q, but I believe exit-action has to be set correctly.

Open up a directory in dired.  Select a sub-directory.  Type `q'.  End
up in a buffer that wasn't the one you started in.

So `quit-window' and friends have apparently gotten a bit confused in
the last couple of days.

This is a separate issue and needs to be fixed.






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