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Re: [O] Interaction between org-special-ctrl-a/e and visual-line-mode in

From: John Hutchinson
Subject: Re: [O] Interaction between org-special-ctrl-a/e and visual-line-mode in Org 9.2?
Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2019 09:40:40 -0500
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Hi, Nicolas:

Under org 9.1 (which works as expected), C-e is bound to "org-end-of-line".

In org 9.2 (which does not work as expected) it's bound to "end-of-visual-line".

Restarting org-mode,  via "org-reload" or via "C-c C-c" in the initial lines, does not change this behavior.

Hope this helps, and many thanks for all your efforts for the org community.


On 1/18/2019 16:31, Nicolas Goaziou wrote:

John Hutchinson <address@hidden> writes:

Under Org 9.1.14 (Emacs 26.1) with org-special-ctrl-a/e set to t, and
visual-line-mode enabled, C-a and C-e worked as expected, switching
between the actual begin / end and the "meaningful" begin / end of
heading lines on repetitive key strokes.

This seems broken in 9.2, moving only to the actual begin / end.

Disabling visual-line-mode restores the prior, correct behavior.

I did not see anything that seemed related to this in the 9.2 release
notes, but I may have overlooked something, or it may be a bug.

Is anyone else noticing this?
What is C-e bound to?

You probably need to restart org-mode after visual-line-mode has been


John Hutchinson

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