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Re: [Orgmode] Re: Example of thesis in org-mode and LaTeX

From: Bastien
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Re: Example of thesis in org-mode and LaTeX
Date: Wed, 05 Dec 2007 13:00:07 +0000
User-agent: Gnus/5.110007 (No Gnus v0.7) Emacs/23.0.0 (gnu/linux)

address@hidden writes:

>>>>>> Regarding 'Re: Example of thesis in org-mode and LaTeX'; Bastien adds:
>   > For example, if the point is on a checkbox, C-c C-c will toggle it.
>   > But what if the point is not exactly at a position where Org's C-c
>   > C-c have a specific meaning?  The email will be sent, which might
>   > surprise the user.  For now I solve this by not using Org's C-c C-c
>   > key while composing an email, but there might be better solution.
> Let me put in my 500 Forints (Hungarian money), maybe someone did not
> know about it and will find it useful.
> Accidentally typing "C-c C-c" bit me a couple of times when I was
> experimenting with sticky keys and other accessibility features.
> I found a nice little solution to this problem, disabling the
> message-send-and-exit command:
> ,----
> | (disable-command 'message-send-and-exit)
> `----
> Now when I press "C-c C-c" I get a warning buffer and I have to confirm
> it by pressing space.  So sending a message is "C-c C-c SPC" for me,
> which is cool and I can cancel the sending with "C-g" or "n" if I want
> to.

There has been some discussion on the Gnus mailing list about this
recently.  But this is always a trade-off: I like to be able to send
emails without confirmation and I don't need Org's C-c C-c that often
when editing a mail, then requiring a confirmation step doesn't fit my
needs.  But different people have different needs !

Thanks anyway for the hint, it might help others.



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