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Re: [O] navi equivalent to 'g' speed command?

From: Thorsten Jolitz
Subject: Re: [O] navi equivalent to 'g' speed command?
Date: Wed, 03 Sep 2014 21:00:02 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.3 (gnu/linux)

Alan Schmitt <address@hidden> writes:

>> Maybe you could switch to the git-versions?
> OK, I gave it a try, and I'm now using them.

Thanks, that make things easier. 

> I can already report that the 'g' speed command does not work as
> expected. It seems to work (it brings up a list of possible targets),
> but there are two issues.
> 1. The target does not include the current file, although I have this
>    configuration:
> #+begin_src emacs-lisp
> (setq org-refile-targets
>       '((my-todo-file :maxlevel . 10)
>         (nil :maxlevel . 10)))
> #+end_src
> 2. The current entry is actually refiled (instead of simply having the
>    point move to the target).

As you can see when you look in the tj-outshine branch, I did a kind of
'industrial mass production of user-commands', i.e. I produced the
functions and the keybindings that port all Org commands to outshine
(using 'outshine-use-outorg'), but I did not have the time to check
them. Some might work out-of-the-box, others not, and other might not
make sense at all in Outshine. 

So I have to look at them one by one, and the next one I will check is
outshine-refile-targets, thx for your observations. 

> Maybe I should look into doing this the navi way. Assume you want to
> reach an entry with "foobar" in its title, but you don't know at what
> level this entry is. How would you do it?

As I wrote in my last mail, I think outshine-imenu (using idomenu, you
have to install that package for ido-style completion) does exacly what
you want - offer all file headers with smart completion, so you only
need to type 'foo' or so to get the "foobar" headline. Typing RET then
moves point to the headline.


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