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Re: Adding a "quick-help" menu

From: Stefan Kangas
Subject: Re: Adding a "quick-help" menu
Date: Sat, 17 Sep 2022 20:05:24 -0400

Philip Kaludercic <philipk@posteo.net> writes:

> I've tried this by having a single window with any buffer and moving
> the point to the bottom of the window.  If I now provoke `which-key',
> my scroll-settings (which I believe are the default ones) will have
> the point moved to the centre of the window, which could hide some
> content at the top of the window I was interested in.

That's true.  But it doesn't sound like a fundamental limitation, so
maybe it could be fixed.

(It doesn't bother me with `scroll-conservatively' set to 500, FWIW.)

> What I am taking issue with is the resizing of the echo area (real or
> apparent), *especially* when it is done in reaction to a non-action
> like waiting.

The action is pressing a key.  That's not a "non-action", IMHO.

It's not that different from, e.g., `company-idle-delay'.

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