Is there a reason why this comes first? Doesn't seem too relevant if
the user simply wants to find out about how to use the current mode.
Then comes the process description mentioning which hook run. Still
not very useful if one wants to simply use the mode.
Then come the keys:
ESC Prefix Command
0 .. 9 digit-argument
<remap> Prefix Command
As you can see the single process binding is in the middle and it's d.
Shouldn't this info come first in the help? The actual keys bound by
the major mode. So in my case the beggining of the Help could have
All the other info about hooks and minor modes and next-line,
etc. keys could come later.
Maybe the tabulated-list-sort key and the revert-buffer key could also
be listed along with d at the beginning, but I understand it may not
be trivial to determine automatically which other minor mode keys are
But the major mode keys are surely relevant for usage, so they could
come first in Help.