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Re: [Orgmode] Does anyone use "Jump" C-c C-j

From: Nathan Neff
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Does anyone use "Jump" C-c C-j
Date: Wed, 28 Apr 2010 14:09:22 -0500

On Wed, Apr 28, 2010 at 12:42 PM, David Frascone <address@hidden> wrote:
> **** Jump - seems really hard to use.

I agree -- I've been on a quest to easily navigate my org-files also.

> C-c C-j.  Opens help window with cursor in it, so I have to C-x o to
> get to Org-goto window.

I use Aquamacs, and the help window sometimes pops out, and sometimes
stays in the main frame.  It's annoying.

>Then, once in the goto window, hitting tab
> opens the subtree, but pressing a down arrow again goes back to the
> top.  Seems very useless for actually finding anything.  Am I using it
> wrong?  Dropping a mark and C-x C-x seems much easier.

I would also like to know how to best navigate the *org-goto* buffer.
I can jump back & forth between search results using C-s and C-S s
but it seems very clumsy.

Personally, I've been using M-x occur
I have M-n and M-p bound to next-error and prev-error, to go back & forth
between search results.



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