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Tue, 17 Sep 2019 15:53:49 -0700 (PDT)
> Fortunately, C-S-t is free to use for tab close undo feature
> since only C-t is bound to transpose-chars, not C-S-t.
[Caveat: I'm no expert on any of this; I haven't followed
this (long!) thread much]; and I don't use a tab bar.]
I thought you guys were discussing key bindings local to
the tab bar. But when you speak of `C-t' being bound to
`transpose-chars' I wonder - sounds like you're talking
about the global keymap instead.
FWIW, I'm not a fan of dedicating a global key, by default,
for this kind of thing.
Also, it can be overridden by major and minor modes. In
Dired buffers, for example, `C-t' is a prefix key for
`image-dired-*' commands. Sure, `C-S-t' could be made
to do something different from `C-t', but do we really
want that here?
In addition, `C-t' and `C-S-t' are repeatable keys (just
hold them down to repeat the command). If we're talking
now about using `C-S-t' for something other than the
longstanding global`C-t' behavior (`transpose-char') then
I'd prefer that it be saved for some repeatable command,
i.e., a command that it makes sense to be able to repeat
by just holding a key/chord pressed.
Re: Tabs, Michael Heerdegen, 2019/09/19
- Re: Tabs, (continued)
- Re: Tabs, Angelo Graziosi, 2019/09/03
- Re: Tabs, Robert Pluim, 2019/09/03
- Re: Tabs, Stefan Kangas, 2019/09/15
- Re: Tabs, Juri Linkov, 2019/09/15
- Re: Tabs, Yuri Khan, 2019/09/16
- Re: Tabs, Juri Linkov, 2019/09/16
- Tabs, Yuri Khan, 2019/09/17
- Re: Tabs, Juri Linkov, 2019/09/17
- RE: Tabs,
Drew Adams <=
- Re: Tabs, Stefan Kangas, 2019/09/28
- Re: Tabs, Juri Linkov, 2019/09/28