> >> Don't understand this bit. I use ffap a lot and don't need to
> >> "enable" anything, just M-x ffap. Is it a mode?
> > Ok, I wasn't precise, it isn't a mode, but one can enable ffap bindings
> > automatically so they replace ordinary ones by default.
> Still confused. Ffap is "find file at point" right? What do you want to
> replace with it?
Maybe he means binding C-x C-f to ffap when point is on a file path
(not a great idea in my experience) or to have the file name at point
pre-entered in the completion prompt (I personally have that behavior
Thanks. The latter makes more sense, indeed. But will be surprising
for some users, I guess.