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Re: [O] Poll: new keybinding for org-insert-structure-template?

From: Rasmus
Subject: Re: [O] Poll: new keybinding for org-insert-structure-template?
Date: Sun, 10 Dec 2017 12:26:49 +0100
User-agent: Emacs Gnus

Eric Abrahamsen <address@hidden> writes:

> Hello all,
> Rasmus' org-tempo patch has landed, and it's time to make a few
> adjustments to org-insert-structure-template: I think we're moving to
> string keys in the template alist, rather than character keys,

Let me know when you want me to do the change to strings.

> and also
> some people noted that the keybinding "C-c C-x w" is too close to "C-c
> C-x C-w", which kills a whole subtree. Not a good command to run
> accidentally!

Two other things that might be nice to changer are

    - Perhaps there could be a space after at least "#+begin_src" so that
      it’s ready to insert :keys.
    - Perhaps there could be a newline between "#+begin_x" and "#+end_x".

These things might already have been discussed in which case I missed

> Given that the template system has been re-instated, are there any good
> suggestions out there for a new keybinding for
> `org-insert-structure-template'? This is the command that wraps existing
> text in blocks.

These aren’t too bad to typo on my keyboard: C-c C-. or C-c C-,

C-c C-x s might make sense.  It’s OKish to type on my keyboard layout, but
no harder than C-c C-x C-w.

free-keys.el can be used to identify combinations, although it isn’t


However beautiful the theory, one should occasionally look at the evidence

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