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[Orgmode] Using C-n/C-n in Column View

From: Peter Jones
Subject: [Orgmode] Using C-n/C-n in Column View
Date: Wed, 24 Nov 2010 14:29:08 -0700
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.2 (darwin)

I've noticed that using C-n or C-p in column view jumps me around
between columns and sometimes outside of any column at all.  When using
the arrow keys point moves up and down rows, staying in the same column
as I'd expect.

I checked my bindings, and C-n is bound to:

| C-n runs the command next-line, which is an interactive compiled Lisp
| function in `simple.el'.

And the down arrow appears to be bound to some anonymous function:

| <down> runs the command #[nil "i^X\302\303!\210\304
| address@hidden@address@hidden \306=\205\"address@hidden
| )\207" [col major-mode beginning-of-line 2 org-invisible-p2
| move-to-column org-agenda-mode org-agenda-do-context-action] 2 nil
| nil], which is an interactive compiled Lisp function.

I've grepped the source and I can't seem to find where this binding is
set.  I'd like to set it to C-n so it works as expected since I really
*hate* using the arrow keys.


Peter Jones - pmade inc.
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