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Re: `C-x n s' binding in org-mode

From: Lennart Borgman (gmail)
Subject: Re: `C-x n s' binding in org-mode
Date: Sun, 22 Jun 2008 11:23:49 +0200
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Miles Bader wrote:
Org-mode adds a local binding to the `C-x n' keymap.

This really confused me for a while because I global rebind `C-x n' to
be something entirely different, so in org-mode, I ended up with a
keymap containing _only_ the org-mode binding, erasing my personal

Anyway, this binding seemed pretty dodgy to me; what do others think?

org-mode binds `C-x n s' to `narrow-to-subtree'. I guess that is because the `C-x n' prefix is used for other narrowing/widening functions.

Maybe org-mode could remap narrow-to-defun to narrow-to-subtree? Or maybe `C-x n s' should be reserved in the global map for major mode special narrowing functions?

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