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Re: Emacs undo behavior frustrating for new users. (WAS: delete-selectio

From: Nathan Moreau
Subject: Re: Emacs undo behavior frustrating for new users. (WAS: delete-selection-mode as default)
Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2018 12:09:35 +0200

From my experience with undo-tree, C-S-/ is a good binding.
It is easy to reach right after hitting undo (C-/). Direct access is a little bit hard but you don't tend to press it directly that often.


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  > > I have nothing in principle against switching to an Undo/Redo system.
  > > But there is an obstacle: finding a key for the Redo command.

  > C-< ;; for Undo
  > C-> ;; for Redo

These are hard to type, since they require Shift.
And they do not exist on terminals.

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