|Subject:||Re: [Orgmode] [Patch] M-Right and M-Left behave differently on headings and list items|
|Date:||Fri, 23 Apr 2010 10:26:08 +0200|
On Apr 22, 2010, at 6:02 PM, Carsten Dominik wrote:
On Apr 21, 2010, at 4:44 PM, Dan Davison wrote:Carsten Dominik <address@hidden> writes:On Apr 21, 2010, at 3:32 PM, Bastien wrote:Carsten Dominik <address@hidden> writes:do others agree with Matti's view?FWIW, I do.There is still another difference. Currently, when I execute the indentation command several times in a row, the range to which this applies is locked. So for example" - level 1a - level 2a - level 2b - level 2c - level 1b If I now go on level 1a and use M-S-left, level 1b becomes a siblingof 2c. If I immediately after this do M-S-right, 1b should be indentedalong with 2c, but this does not happen because the item range is locked. If, however, you do something in between, like moving the cursor by one character, 1b will be included.I believe I did this a long time ago, because I felt that not lockingthe range for commands in direct succession would too quickly modify the structure, including at places outside of the current view ( beyond the window end) If you are calling for more consistency, maybe this "feature" should go as well?I hope that this is sufficiently closely related to belong in this thread: I find it surprising that org-do-demote deactivates the region. Let's say I start out with * 1 ** 11 * 111 * 112 * 2 and I wish to move to make 111 and 112 be children of 11The way that seems natural to me is to select headings 111 and 112, andapply org-demote-subtree twice in succession. So with point at the beginning of the 111 line, C-space down down M-right M-rightHi Dan,I do agree with your observation. However, keeping the mark active would mean that further cursor motions will still have the highlighted region hanging around, and I found this the bigger headache.What I do in these cases is M-right C-x C-x M-right which is not pretty but workable.
If you have a better solution, please let me know. - Carsten
- CarstenHowever, this leads me to * 1 ** 11 ** 111 ** 112 ** 2because after one application of org-demote-subtree, the region becomesdeactivated and the second demotion applies to heading 2, which is unlikely to have been intended. Dan- Carsten _______________________________________________ Emacs-orgmode mailing list Please use `Reply All' to send replies to the list. address@hidden http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/emacs-orgmode- Carsten
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