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Re: [Orgmode] shortcut key for switching between custom agenda viewss

From: Carsten Dominik
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] shortcut key for switching between custom agenda viewss
Date: Tue, 3 Nov 2009 17:53:10 +0100

On Nov 3, 2009, at 1:15 PM, Adam Spiers wrote:

Agreed, and so I will change my global binding for `org-agenda'.
Nevertheless it will end up requiring multiple keystrokes, so it would
be nice if there was also a single keystroke bound to this.  My
preference would be 'r' since 'g' already covers `org-agenda-redo' and
is the conventional emacs choice for refreshing the display, but I
suspect that several users might already be accustomed to using 'r'
rather than 'g'.

Yes, we don't really have a single key stroke left, in particular as
this command is quite reachable using the normal global key.

Please, just go ahead and bind it for your own use to any key that
you find convenient.

- Carsten

On Tue, Nov 03, 2009 at 07:30:08AM +0100, Carsten Dominik wrote:
Hi Adam,

I think it does make a lot of sense to have a *global* key to run
a new agenda command. Keys like `C-c C-a' belong to the major mode,
keys like `C-c a' belong to you and therefore are yours to set to
global commands.  If you choose `C-c C-a', you will have to overwrite
this key in all major modes where it gets in your way.

On Nov 2, 2009, at 3:05 PM, Adam Spiers wrote:

Within a custom agenda view, the key 'e' used to allow returning to
the *Agenda Commands* buffer to choose another agenda view, but this
no longer works. I know that executing `org-agenda' produces the same
view, but I have it bound to C-c C-a which in the agenda view is
overloaded to `org-attach'.  I can rethink my key binding strategy
(IIRC most people bind `org-agenda' to C-c a?), but it would be nice
if there was a single keystroke to achieve the same by default.

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